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CATALOGUE 



New V^ork Southern Society 



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GARDEN LIBRARY," 



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SOUTHERN AMERICANA. 



COMPILED BY 

John F. B. Lili.ard, Liurarian. 
NEW YORK, 



Published for the Sociktv, 
MDCCCXCI. 



NEW YORK SOUTHERN SOCIETY. 

LIBRARY. 

- At the last annual meeting it was announced that one 
of the members of the Society was engaged in collecting 
a Southern Historical Library, which he proposed to give 
to the Society- A thousand volumes, carefully selected, 
£2 have already been placed in the " Home " as the first in- 
stalment of this gift. 

By resolution of the Society, the library will be called 
the " Garden Library." 

The catalogue embraces many rare and ^•aluable, and, 
in some instances, almost unknown works, histories, bi- 
ographies, essays, memoirs, speeches and novels portray- 
ing every phase of Southern life and character. Here 
will be found books, social, political, religious and mili- 
tary, by authors whose names are inseparably associated 
with the history of our country, providing material for the 
future historian which he could not otherwise obtain. 

It has been deemed of the greatest importance, not ojily 
to Southerners residing here, but to Southerners every- 
where, that there should be a library in this great city, 
3 in which may be found at all times documentary authority 
upon every subject relating to the history, literature and 
institutions of the South. Every effort will be made to 
carry out this object, and make this library a distinctive 
and attractive feature of the Society. 



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CONSTITUTION 

ARTICLE XIV. 

LITERATURE AND ART. 

Section i. — The Society shall, as soon as ma}- be 
practicable, establish a Library, which shall be confined, 
as far as possible, to those works which relate to the his- 
tory and literature of the South, in order that it may 
portray the character and genius, and perpetuate the 
memories and traditions of the Southern people. 

^ 2. — The Committee on Literature and Art, subject 
to the direction and control of the Executive Committee, 
shall have charge of the Library and Reading Room, 
and of all the books, periodicals, papers and works of 
art belonging to the Society, and shall have power to 
solicit and receive donations, and to select and purchase 
liooks, periodicals and works of art for the Society. 



HOUSE RULES. 

NINTH.— LIBRARY. 

l^ooks required by members will be delivered b}- the 
Librarian. 

No books, magazines, or newspapers ma}' be removed 
from the Library or Reading Room, except upon the 
written order of the members receiving the same, and 
under no circumstances may they be removed from the 
house. 

They shall not be marked or otherwise defaced. 

Conversation in the Library is prohibited. 



The arrangement of the Catalogue is, triplicates ist 
Alphabetical list of titles without the prefix '■'■A " and " Ther 
2d, Alphabetical list of Authors^ jd. A classified list such 
as Alabama, Biography, Colonies, etc., with a condensed 
title only. All Government publications are entered under 
United States. The appendix contains a list of nezus- 
papers and periodicals on file in Reading Room. 



ALPHABETICAL CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLES. 



A LPH ABETICAL CaTALOGU H 



OF 



TITLES. 



17«)1. A Tale of San Domingo, by E. W. Gilliam, 

M. D., Baltimore, 1890. 

Abolition a Sedition — by a Northern Man. 

Philadelphia. 1839. 
A Brother to Dragons and other old-time tales. By 

Amklik Rives. New York, i888. 

Addresses Delivered Before the Confederate Survivors' 

Association, Augusta, Ga., from June, 18S3. to 1889. 

By Chas. C. Jones, Jr., Augusta. 1883- 1889 

Addresses and Orations. 

1 Address of Col. Chas. Marshall before the Va. division of 

the Army of Northern Virginia, Oct. 29, 1874. 

2 Address of Alex. R. Lawton before the American Bar As- 

sociation, Saratoga, Aug. 9, 1882. 

3 Oration of Gen. M. C. Butler and B. H. Rutledge at un- 

veiling of monument to Charleston Light Dragoons. 
Charleston, May 10, 1886. 

4 Address of Chas. J. Faulkner before Alumni Virginia 

Military Institute at semi-centennial celebration, July 3, 
1889. 

5 (Oration of John \V. Daniel, at unveiling of recumbent 

figure to Gen. R. E. Lee, 

Lexington, Va., June. 28, 1883. 

6 Oration of John W. Daniel on Life and Service of Jefferson 

Davis, before Virginia Assembly, Jan 25, 1890. 



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7 Battle of Williamsburg, and the charge of the 24th Vir- 

ginia of Early's Brigade by Col. Richard L. Maury. 

8 The campaign of Gen. R. E. Lee, an address by General 

Jubel A. Early, at Lexington, Ya., Jan. 19, 1872. 

Addresses on the Presentation of the Sword of Andrew 
Jackson to the Congress of the United States. 

Washington, 1855. 

Advance and Retreat. Personal experience in the United 
States and Confederate States' Armies — By J. B. Hood, 

New Orleans, 1880. 

After Many Days; a novel. By Christian Reid, 

New York, 1889. 

A Further Account of God's Dealings — By George 
Whitefield, a. B, London, 1747. 

Alabama. Her History, Resources, War Records and 
Public Men, from 1540 to 1872 — By W. Brewer, 

Montgomery, 1872. 

Alexander H. Stephens in Public and Private with Letters 
and Speeches, before, during, and since the war — By 
Henry Cleveland, Philadelphia, 1866. 

American Annals, or a Chronological History of America 
— By Abiel Holmes, D. D. ; 2 Vol. London, re- 
printed from Cambridge Edition 1806. 

London, 18 13. 

American Atlas. Engraved on 48 copper plates — By 
Mk. Thomas Jefferys, London, 1775. 

American Dollar and the Anglo-German Combinat- 
ion — By Robert W. Hughes. (Autographic 
Copy from Author.) Richmond, 1885. 

American Gazeteer, Collected and Compiled from 
best authorities with great care. Printed in Boston. 
London reprinted. 1798- 

American Revolution, written in scriptural, or ancient 
historical style — By Richard Snovvden, 

Baltimore, N.D. 

American Scenes and Christian Slavery — By Ebenezer 
Dav!i:s, London, 1849. 

American Slavery, A Reprint of an article on Uncle Tom's 



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Cabin, from the Edcnburgh Review. London, 1S56. 

American Slave Code, Its Theory and Practice 

— By William Goodell. London, 1853. 

American State constitutions a study of their growth 

by Henry Hitchcock, L. L. D. 

New York, 1887. 
American Union its effect on national chara'cter 
and policy with an inquiry, into Secession as a 
constitutional right by James Spence. 

London, 1862. 
An account of Discoveries in the West until 1819 and 
Voyages along the Atlantic Coast from 1520-1573 
Edited by Conway Robinson. 

Richmond, 1848. 

A.n account of the Rise and progress of the Colonies of 

South Carolina, 2 Vol in one. by Alexander 

Hewatt, D. D. London, 1779. 

An address to the Government of the United States on 

the Cession of Louisiana to the French by a French 

Counsellor oe State. Philadelphia, 1808. 

An address to the People of England, Scotland and 

Ireland on the present Important crises of affairs 

by Catharine Macaulay. London, 1775. 

Angel (The) m the Cloud, by Edwin W. Fuller, of 

Louisburg, N. C. Presented by Jas. D. Cumming. 

New York, 1871. 

Andrew Jackson as a Public Man. What he was, what 

chances he had, what he did with them, by William 

Graham .Sumner. Boston, 18S9. 

Andrew Johnson, President of the United States. His 

Life and .Speeches, by Lillian I-'oster. 

New York, 1S66. 
Anecdotes of the Revolutionary War, Sketches and 
Character, by Alexander Garden. 

Charleston, 1822. 
Anecdotes of the American Revolution. Illustrative of 
Heroes and Patriots, by Alexander (Garden. Second 
Edition. Charleston,! 1828. 



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An Epistle to the Inhabitants of South Carolina, by 

Sophia Hume. London, 1754. 

An Enquiry Respecting the Capture of Washington 

by the British, Aug. 24th, 1814, by Spectator. 

Washington City, 18 1 6. 
An Enquiry into the Rights of the British Colonies, 
by Richard Bland, of Virginia. Reprint from 
Williamsburg Edition. London 1769. 

An Errand to the South in the Summer of 1862, by 
Rev. William Wyndham Malet. London, 1863. 
An Essay on Liberty and Slavery, by Albert Taylor 
Bledsoe, L.L. D. Philadelphia, 1856. 

An Essay on Slavery. Second Edition, by Thomas R. 
Dkw. Richmond, 1849. 

An Historical Account of some Memorable Actions 
Particularly in Virginia, by Sir Thomas Gran- 
tham Knioht. Richmond Reprint from London Edi- 
tion of 1716. 1882. 
An Historical Account of the Rise and Progress of the 
Colonies of South Carolina and Georgia. 2 Vols. 

London, 1779. 
An Historical Sketch of Slavery from the Earliest 
Periods, by Thomas R. R. Cobb, of Georgia. 

Philadelphia, 1858. 
Annals of Annapolis From the First Settlement 1649 
Until the War of 1812. By David Ridgly, 

Baltimore. 1841. 
Annals of Tennessee to the End of the Eighteenth 
Century. By J. G. M. Ramsey, A. M. M. D, 

Charleston, 1853. 

Annual Report of the American Anti-Slavery Society 

year ending May i, i860. New York, 1861. 

Ante Bellum, Southern Life a.s it was, by Mary Lennox. 

Philadelphia, 1868. 
Arator, iieing a Series of Agricultural Essays, Practical and 
i'olitical by CoL. John Taylor. 

(leorgetown, D. C. , 18 14. 
Archives of Maryland, 1637 to 1664, Edited by William 



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Hand Browne for Historical Society. Baltimore, 1883. 
Army of Northern Virginia, Memorial Volume, by Rev. 

J. William Jones, D.D. Richmond, 1880. 

A Side Show of the Southern Side of the War, by 

Charles H. Smith, "Bill Arp." New York, 1866. 
Atlas to the War in West Florida and Louisiana, by 

Maj. a. Lacarriere Latour, Philadelphia, 1816. 
A Tour Through Part of Virginia in the Summer of 

1808, by Dr. Samuel L. Mitchell. 

New York, 1809. 
At The Mercy of Tiberius, A Novel, by Augusta Evans 

Wilson. New York, 1887. 

Authentic Papers from America, London, 1775. 

Autobiography of Charles Caldwell, M. D.,by Harriot 

W. Warner. Philadelphia, 1855. 

Battlefields of the South, from Bull Run to Fredricksburg, 

with Sketch of Confederate Commanders and Gossip of 

the Camp. By T. E. C. , an English Combatant, 2 vols. 

London, 1863. 
Beauchampe ; or the Kentucky Tragedy. A Sequel to 

Charlemont, by W. Gilmore Simms. 

Chicago and New York, 1888. 
** Beauty and Booty." the Watchword of New Orleans by 

Marion Southwood. New York, 1867. 

Belle Boyd in Camp and Prison, with an introduction by 

George Agustus Sala, written by herself, 

[Mrs. Harding^e.] New York, 1865. 

Beechwood Tragedy, a tale of the Chickahominy, by M. 

J. Haw. Presented by the Authoress. 

Richmond, 1889. 
Bench and Bar of Georgia, Memoirs and Sketches 

2 Vols, by Stephen F. Miller. Philadelphia 1858. 
Bench and Bar of Mississippi, by James D. 

Lynch. New York, 188 i. 

Bench and bar of the South and'Southwest, by Henry 

S. Foote. St. Louis, 1876. 

Beulah, a Novel, by Augusta Evans Wilson, 

New York, 1S8S. 



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Bibliotheca Americana, being a Choice Collection of Old 

Books relative to North and South America and the 

West Indies. Paris, 1840. 

Big (The) Brother, a Story of Indian War, by George 

Cary Eggleston. New York, 1888. 

Biographical Encyclopaedia of Kentucky. 

Cincinnati, 1878. 

Biographical Memoir of Commodore Joshua Barney, 

by Mary Barney. Boston, 1832. 

Biographical Memorials of James Oglethorpe, founder 

of Georgia, by Thaddeus Mason Harris, D. D. 

Boston, 1841. 
Biographical Sketches of the Bench and Bar of South 
Carolina, by John Benton O'Neall, LL. D., with 
the Original Fee Bill of 1 791. 2 vols. Charleston, 1859. 
Biographical Sketches of Graduates and Eleves of the 
Virginia Military Institute who fell in the War 
between the States, by Charles D. Walker. 

Philadelphia, 1875. 
Biography of Andrew Jackson, by Philo A. Goodwin, 

Hartford, 1832. 
Black Diamonds gathered in the Darkey Homes of the 
South, by Edward A. Pollard, of Virginia. 

New York, 1859. 
Blennerhassett Papers, Emboding the Private Journal 
and Correspondence, by William H. Safford. 

Cincinnati, 1864. 
Bonny Kate, A Novel, by Christian Reid. New York, 1890. 
Border and Bastille, by George Lawrence, 

New York, N. D. 
Border Beagles, A Tale of Mississippi, by W. Gilmore 
SiMMS. Chicago and New York, 1888. 

Boy's (The) Froissart, being Sir John Froissart's Chron- 
icles. Edited for Boys, by Sidney Lanier. 

New York, 1888. 
Boys (The) King Arthur, Being Sir Thomas Malory's His- 
tory, edited for Boys, by Sidney Lanier. 

New York, 18S9. 



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Boy's (The) Mabinogion, being The EarHest Welsh Tales. 
Edited for Boys, by Sidney Lanier. 

New York, 1881. 

Bright Skies and Dark Shadows, by Henry M. Field. 

D.D. , (Autographic Copy.) New York, 1890. 

EsTEN CooKK. Toronto, 1867. 

Camp-Fires (The) of General Lee, From the Peninsula 

to Appomattox, by Edward S. Ellis, 

Philadelphia, 1886. 
Campaign of the army of the Potomac, a critical history 
of the operation in Maryland, Virginia and Penn- 
sylvania, by William Swlxton. New York, 1866. 
Campaign (The) of the British army at Washington 
and New Orleans, 1814-1815, by The Author of 
THE Subaltern, (M. Gleig.) London, 1828. 

Campaign (The) of 1781 in the Carolinas. by H. Lee. 

Philadelphia, 1824. 
Campaigns (The) of Lieutenant General N.B. Forrest and 
of Forrest's Cavalry, by Thomas Jordan and J. 
P. Prvor. New York, 1 868. 

Campaigns (The) of Walker's Texas Division, Contain- 
ing a complete record of the Campaigns in Texas, 
Louisiana and Arkansas, by a Private Soldier. 

New York, 1875. 

Cannibals All ! or Slaves without masters, by George 

FiTZHUGH. Richmond, 1857. 

Canolles, The Fortunes of a Partisan of '81, by John 

Captain Sam, or The Boy Scouts of 1814, by George Gary 

Eggleston. New York, 188S. 

Catalogue of Books and Pamphlets relative to the Civil 

War in the United States, Compiled by John 

Russell Bartlett. Boston, 1866. 

Catalogue of the Library of the Union League Club 

of New York. New York, 1886. 

Cavalier (The) Dismounted, an Essay on the origin of 

the founders of the thirteen Colonies, by William 

H. Whitmore. Salem, Mass. 1864. 

Ceremonies on the completion of the Washington 



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monument at Washington D. C. February 21st, 
1885. Washington, 1885. 

Charlemont ; or the pride of the village a tale of Ken- 
tucky, by W. GiLMORE SiMMS. 

Chicago, and New York. 1888. 

Christian Doctrine of Slavery, by George D. Arm- 
strong, D.D. New York, 1857. 

Christ in the Camp, or Religion in Lee's Army, by Rev. 
J. Wm. Jones, D.D. Presented by the Pubhsher. 

Richmond, 1888. 

Civil (The) "War in America, an address read at the 
last meeting of Manchester Union and Emancipation 
Society, by Goldwin Smith. London, 1866. 

Collections of the Georgia Historical Society, Vol. II. 

Savannah, 1842. 

Collections of the South Carolina Historical Society 
Vol, I. Charleston, 1857. 

Collections of the Virginia Historical Society, nevv^ 
Series, Vol. V., Huguenot Emigration to Virginia. 

Richmond, 1886. 

Colonial Slavery Letters of the Right Honorable ^Vil- 
liam Huskinson on Slavery in the British Colo- 
nies, by John Ashton Yates. Liverpool, 1824. 

Columbiad,(Thej a Poem, by Archibald Tucker Ritchie. 
Autograph of J. Ritchie. London, 1843. 

Comet (The ) or the Earth in her varied phases past, pre- 
sent and future, in 3 parts, Non quis? Sed quid? 
[H. W. Guion]. Presented by James D. Cummins. 

New York, 1869. 

Confederate (The) Secession, by the Marquess of Lo- 
th i.\n. Edinburgh, 1864. 

Confession ; or The Blind Heart, a Domestic Story, 
by W. (".I LI. MORE SIMMS, Chicago, New York, 1888. 

Conquerors (The) of the New World and their Bonds- 
men. A narrative of the principle events that led 
to negro slavery in West Indies, and America 
by Arthur Helps, 2 Vols. London, 1848. 

Considerations on negro slavery with report of condition 



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of Negroes in Demerara, by Alexander McDon- 
nell, Esq. London, 1824. 

Constitution of the State of Virginia and the ordin- 
ances adopted by the Convention at Alexandria 
February 13, 1864. Alexandria, 1S64. 

Constitution of South Carolina, April 16, 1868. 

Columbia, 18S3. 

Constitutional view of the late war between the States 
causes, character, conduct, and results, by 
Ali-.xander H. Stephen, 2 \'oI. Philadelphia, 1868. 

Continuation of the Rev Mr. Whitfield's Journal 2d;Edi- 
tion. London, 1740. 

Contributions to the Ecclesiastical History of the 
United States of America, Vol. i, Virginia ; Vol. 2, 
Maryland, by Francis L. Hawks. New York, 1836. 

Compilation of the Tariff Act of the Confederate states 
of Am^erica approved May 21, i86i. 

New Orleans, 1861. 

Correspondence of the American Revolution by Jared 
Sparks. 4 V0I5. Boston, 1853. 

Cotton trade its bearing on Commerce considered 
with slavery in the Confederate State, by George 
Mc Henry. London, 1863. 

Cousin Franck's Household, or Scenes in the old Do- 
minion, by Pocahontas. Boston, 1853. 

Cruise of the Alabama, by one of the Crew. Boston, 1886. 

Crucifixion of Christ, by Daniel H. Hill, presented by 
James D. Cummings. Philadelphia, 1859. 

Daughter (Aj of Bohemia, A Novel, by Christian Reid. 

New York, 18S9. 

Dead (The) Towns of Georgia, by Charles C. Jones, 
Jr., LL.D. Savannah, 1878. 

Debate (The) on a Motion for the Abolition of the 
Slave Trade in the House of Commons, April 
18, ig, 1791. London, 1791. 

Debates on the Resolution for Abolition of the Slave 
Trade, House of Commons and House of Lords, 1S06. 

London, 1806. 



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Debates and Other Proceedings of the Convention of 
Virginia, June, 1788. Richmond, 1805. 

Debates of the Several State Conventions on the Adopt- 
ion of the Federal Constitution of 1787. 4 Vols, and 
Supplement, by Johnathan Elliot. 

Washington, 1836. 

DeBows Review, July 1851 to June 1869, Uncomplete, 
1 3 Vols. New Orleans, Washington, Charleston and 
Nashville, 1851-1869. 

Deeper (.The) Wrong, or Incidents in the Life of a Slave 
Girl. Linda Brent. London, 1862. 

Democracy in America, by Alexis DeTocqueville, 
Translated by Henry Reeves, Esq., with Note by 
Francis Bowen. 2 Vols. Cambridge, 1863. 

DeOrigine Gentium Americanarum, by HugonisGrotis, 
with Remarks by DeLaet. Printed by Louis Elzevir. 
Presented by J . C. MacKowen. Amsterdam, 1643. 

Description of Louisiana, by Father Louis Henne- 
pin. Shea's Translation. New York, 1880. 

DeSoto's Conquest of Florida. 2 Vols., by Theodore 
Irving. London, 1835. 

Destruction and Reconstruction. Personal Experiences in 

the Late War, by Richard Taylor. 

New York, 1^79. 

Detailed Minutiae of Soldier Life in the Army of 
Northern Virginia. 1861-1865, by Carlton Mc- 
Carthy. Richmond, 1882. 

Development (The) of the Constitution, as influenced by 
Chief Justice Marshall, by Henry Hitchcock, L. L.D. 

New York, 1889. 

Dew- Drop (The) of the Sunny South. A Story. 

Philadelphia, 1851. 

Diary of a Southern Refugee During the War ,by Mrs. 
Judith W. McGuirk. Richmond, 1889. 

Digest and Manual of the Rules and Practices of the 
House of Representatives. (Presented by Hon. 
Thomas P. OcHn.TKEE.) Washington, 1884. 

Diplomatic (The) Correspondence of the American 



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Revolution, by Jared Sparks. 12 Vols. 

Boston. 1S29-1S30. 
Discourse on the Life and Character of Hon. Littleton 
Waller Tazewell, at Norfolk, Virginia, June 29, 
i860, by Hugh Blair Grigsby, LL.D. 

Norfolk, i860. 
Discovery, (The) Settlement, and Present State of 
Kentucky. 2 Vols., by G. Imlay. 

New York, 1793. 

Domestic (The) Life of Thomas Jefferson, from Family 

Letters and Reminiscences by his Great Granddaughter, 

Sarah N. Randolph. New York, 187 1. 

Domestic Manners of the Americans, by Mrs. Trollope. 

2 Vols. London, 1832. 

Down in Tennessee and Back by Way of Richmond, 

by James R. Gilmore, (Edmund Kirk). 

New York, 1864. 
Ebb-Tide, and Other Stories, by Christian Reid. 

New York, 1872, 
Echoes From the South, Comprising the most important 
Speeches, Proclamations and Public Acts Emanating 
from the South during the Late War. 

New York, 1866. 
Echo (The) of the Seneca Hobart College. 

Geneva, New York, 1889. 

Edith, a Novel, by Mrs. Ottilie Bertron, (Autographic 

Copy from Author). Philadelphia, 18S7. 

Education in Georgia, by Charles Edgeworth Jones, 

( Autograph Copy from Author). Washington, 18S9. 

Ensayo, Cronologico, Para la Historia General de la Florida, 

Escrito Per Don Gabriel De Cardenas. 2 Cano. 

Madrid, 1723. 
Ernest Murray, or a Dream of Life, with Sonnets, by 
Wm, i'lXKNEv, D.D. New York. 1869. 

Essays on Slavery and Slave Trade. 

London, 1 788-1 789. 

Essays and Studies, Educational and Literary, by Basir 

Lanneau Gildersleeve. Baltimoie 1890. 



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Eulogy on Gen. Chas. Cotesworth Pinckney, Pres. Gen. 
of the Society ofCincinnati, delivered by appointment of 
the Society of Cincinnati of South Carolina, at St. 
Phillipp's Church, Charleston, Nov. i, 1825, by Alex- 
ander Garden, Member of that Society. 

Charleston, 1825. 

Eulogies and Orations on the Life and Death of George 
Washington, First President of the United States. 

Boston, 1800. 

Eustis, a Novel, by Robert Aphorp Boit. Presented by 
A. S. Walker. Boston, 1884. 

Eautaw, a Sequel to The Forager. A Tale of the Revolution, 
by W. GiLMAN SiMMS. Chicago, New York, 1888. 

Excursion Through the Slave States, by G. W. Feather- 
STONHAUGH, F. R.S. 2 Vols. London, 1844. 

Exiles (The) of Florida, by Joshua R. Giddings. 

Columbus, Ohio, 1858. 

Exiles in Virginia, with Observations on the Conduct of 
the Society of Friends during the Revolutionary War, 
1 777- 1 778. Edited by Thomas Gilpin. 

Philadelphia, 1848. 

Exploration of the Red River in Louisiana in 1852, by 
R. B. Marcy. Washington, 1853. 

Explanatory Travels Throughjthe Western Territories 
of North America, by Zebalon Montgomery 
Pike. London, 1811. 

Falling [The] Flag, Evacuation of Richmond, Retreat and 
Surrender at Appomattox, by Edwabd M. Boykin. 

New York, 1874, 

Federalist, [The] by Alexander Hamilton. 

New York, 1889. 

Fifty Years in Both Hemispheres, or Reminiscences of 
a Merchant's Life, by Vincent Nolte. 

London, 1854. 

First Letter to the Freeholders of the County of York 
on Negro Slavery, by the Ri(;ht Hon. R. Wil- 
MOT IloRTON. London, 1830. 

First Step in North Carolina History, by Cornelia P. 



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Spencer, Compliments of Publisher, Alfred Williams 

& Co. Raleigh, 1889. 

First [The] Year of the War, by Edward A. Pollard. 

Richmond, 1862. 
Fiscal [The] History of Texas, from 1834 to 1852, by 

WiLLLVM M. Gouge. Philadelphia, 1852. 

Fisher's River, (North Carolina,) Scenes and Sketches, by 

"Skitt." New York, 1859, 

Five Years in Texas, 1861-1866. A Narrative of Travels, 

Experiences and Observations in Texas and Mexico, 

by Thomas North, Cincinnati, 187 1. 

Foragers : [The] or the Raid of the Dog-Days, by W. Gil- 
more SIMMS. Chicago and New York. 1888. 
Founders [The] of Maryland, as portrayed in Manuscript, 

Provincial Records and Early Documents, by Rev. 

Edward B. Neill, A.B. Albany, N Y. 1876. 

From Gettysburg to the Rapidan, The Army of the 

Potomac, July 1863-April 1S64, by Andrew A. HuM- 

phreyes. New York, 1883. 

Funeral Obsequies, in Memory of Zachary Taylor in 

New York, New York, 1851. 

Gazetteer of Virginia and the District of Columbia 

with a History of Virginia, by Joseph Martin. 

Charlottesville, 1836. 
General [A] History of the British Empire in America. 

2 Vols., by Mr. Wynne. London, 1770. 

Genealogical History of the Lee Family of Virginia 

and Maryland from A. D. 1300 to A. D. 1866. 

Edited by Edward C. Mead. New York, 1S71. 

Geographical [A] Description of the State of Louisiana 

by William Darby. Philadelphia, 1816. 

Geographical [The] Reader for the Dixie Children, by 

Mrs. M. B. Moore. Raleigh, 1863. 

Geology of the James River Valley, Virginia. J. L. 

Campbell, LL.D. New York, 1882. 

Geology of Virginia, by William Barton Rodger. 

LL.D. [Reprint]. Ne.v York, 1884. 

Georgia Illustrated in a Series of Views Embracing Natural 



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Scenery and Public Edifices, by T. Addison Rich- 
ards. Penfield, Georgia, 1842 

Georgia Scenes, Character Incidents in the First Half 
Century of the Republic, by A. G. Longstreet. 

August, 1835. 

Glimpses of the Nation's Struggle. Papers Read 
Before the Minnesota Loyal Legion. St. Paul, 1887* 

God's Protecting Providence. A Journal of the Travel- 
ing and Suffering of Several Persons who were Ship- 
wrecked in the Gulf of Florida. By Jonathan 
Dickinson. London, 1759. 

Gold that Did Not Glitter. A Novel, by Virginius 
Dabney. (Presented by Lucy R. Garden. ) 

Philadelphia, 1889. 

Governor Chamberlain's Administration in South 
Carolina. A Chapter on the Reconstruction in the 
Southern States, by Walter Allen. New York, 1888. 

Grand Civic and Military Demonstrations in Honor of 
the Removal of the Remains of James Monroe from 
New York to Virginia. New York 1858. 

Grandissimes (The), a story of Creole Life, by George W. 
Cable. New York, 1S88. 

Great (The) Iron Wheel, or Republicanism Back- 
wards and Christianity Reversed, by J. R. 
Graves, A. M., New York, 1S60. 

Great (The) Invasion of 1863, or Lee in Pennsylvania, 
by Jacob Hoke Dayton, O., 1887. 

Great (The) Rebellion, Its Secret History, Rise, Progress 
and Disastrous Failure, by John Minor Botts of 
Virginia. New York, 1866. 

"Gumbo Zhebes." Litde Dictionary of Creole Proverbs 
.Selected from the Creole Dialect, by Lafcado Hearn. 
Presented by Jas. D. Cumming. New York, 1S85. 

Guy Rivers, A Tale of Georgia, by W. Gilmore Simms. 

Chicago and New York, 1888. 

Hammer and Rapier, by John Esten Cooke. 

New York, 1871. 

Hancock's Diary, or a History of the 2nd Tennessee 



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Cavalry. C. S. A., by R. R. Hancock, 

Nashville, 1887. 

Hand Book of Alabama. A complete index of the State, 
by Saffold Berney, Mobile, 1878. 

Hansford. A Tale of Bacon's Rebellion, by St. George 
Tucker. Richmond, 1857. 

Hearts of Steel. A Novel, by Christian Reid. 

New York, 1859. 

Heirs (The) of St. Kilda. A Story of the Southern Past, 
by John W. Moore. Raleigh, 1881. 

Henry St. John, Gentleman. A Tale of 1774-1775, by 
John EsTEN Cooke, New York, 1859. 

Herod and Mariamme. A Tragedy, by Amelie Rives. 

Philadelphia, 1888. 

Hilt to Hilt, or Days and Nights on the Banks of the 
Shenandoah in the Autumn of 1864, by John 
EsTEN Cooke. New York, 1869. 

History of Alabama, and Incidently of Georgia and Mis- 
sissippi from the Earliest Period, by Albert James 
Pickett. 2 Vols. Charleston, 1851. 

History (The) of the American Revolution, by David 
Ramsay, M. D. 2 Vols. Dublin, 1795. 

History and Antiquities of St. Augustine, Florida, by 
George R. Fairbanks. New York, 1858. 

History of Augusta County, Virginia, by J. Lewis Pey- 
ton. Staunton, 1882. 

History (A) of Bristol Parish, Va., by Philip 
Slaughter D. D. Richmond, 1879. 

History (A) of the Campaigns of 1780 and 1781 in the 
Southern Provinces of North America, by Lieut. 
Col. Tarleton. London, 1787. 

History of the Civil War in America, by Louis 
Philippe Albert D' Orleans, Comte de Paris. 
4 Vols. Philadelphia, 1 875-1 888. 

History of the Confederate States' Navy, From Its 
Organization to the Surrender of its Last Vessel, by 
J. Thomas Sen ARF, A.M., L.L.D. New York, 1S87. 

History(Thc)of the Dividing Line between Virginia and 



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North Carolina as Run in 1728 and 1729, by 
William Byrd. 2 Vols. Richmond, 1866. 

History (The) of Hernando De Soto and Florida, from 
1 51 2 to 1568, by Barnard Shipp. 

Philadelphia, 1881. 

History of the First Kentucky Brigade, by Ed. Porter 
Thompson. Cincinnati, 1868. 

History of the French Protestant Refugees, from the 
French of M. Charles Weiss, by Henry William Her- 
bert. 2 Vols. New York, 1854. 

History (The) of Georgia, by Chas. C. Jones, Jr., LL.D. 
2 Vols. Boston, 1883. 

History of Georgia from First Discovery by Europ- 
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2 Vols. New York, 1 847-1 859. 

History of the Invasion and Capture of W^ashington, 
and of the events that preceded and followed, by 
John S. Williams. New York, 1857. 

History (A) of Kentucky, Embracing Gleanings, Reminis- 
cences, Antiquities, Statistics and Biographical 
Sketches, by William B. Allen. 

Louisville, 1872. 

Histoire De Kentucky, Nouvelle Colonie a L' Quest de 
la Virginie, by John Filson. Presented by Joseph 
L. Robertson. Paris, 1785. 

History of the Late ^A^ar in the Western Country, 
by Robert B. McAfee. Lexington, Ky., 18 16. 

History of the Late War between the United States 
and Great Britain, with an account of the Military 
and Naval Operations, byH. M. Brackenridge. 

Philadelphia, 1839, 

History of the Life and Times of Andrew Jackson, by 
John Roiikkt Irelan, M. D. Chicago, 1887. 

History of Louisiana, by Barbe Marbois. 

Philadelphia, I830. 

History of Louisiana, or the Western parts of Virginia 
and Carolina, from the French of M. Le Page Du 
Protz. London, 1774. 



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History (^Tlie) of Maryland, from its First Settlement m 
1633 to the Restoration in 1660. 2 \'ols. By John 
Leeds Bozmax. Baltimore, 1837. 

History of Maryland, from first Settlement in 1634 to 184S, 
by James McSherry. Baltimore, 1849. 

History of Missouri, by Walter Bickford Davis and 
Daniel S. Durrie, A. M. St. Louis, 1876. 

History of Morgan's Cavalry, by Basil W. Duke. 

Cincinnati, 1867. 

History of Norfolk, Va.,by H.W. Burton, Norfolk, 1877. 

History of North Carolina, by Francis L. Hawks, D.D., 
LL.D. 2 Vols. Fayetteville, 1857-1858. 

History of North Carolina, from the Earliest Discovery to 
the Present times. 2 Vols. By John W. Moore, 
Autograph Copy from Author. Raleigh, 1880. 

History of North Carolina, by Hugh Williamson, M.D. 
LL.D. 2 Vols. Philadelphia, 18 12. 

History of Our National Flag, by Schuyler Hamilton. 

New York, 1886. 

History of the Original Settlements on the Delaware, 
by Benjamin Ferris. Wilmington, 1846. 

History of the Presbyterian Church in Kentucky, by 
Robert Davidson, D. D. New York, 1847. 

History of the Presbyterian Church in New Bern, 
N. C, by Rev. L. C. V.\ss, A. M. Presented by 
James D. Cummings. Richmond, 1886. 

History of the Republic of Texas, by N. Doran Mil- 
lard, Barrister-at-Law of Te.xas. London, 1842. 

History of the Rise and Fall of the Slave Power in 
America, by Henry Wilson. 3 Vols. 

Boston, 1 875-' 76-' 77. 

History and Reminiscence of the Monumental Church, 
Richmond, Va. 1814-1878, by George D. Fisher. 

Richmond, 1880. 

History of the Rise, Progress and Accomplishment of 
the Abolition of the African Slave trade by the 
British Parliament. 2 Vols, by Tho.mas Ci.arkson, 
M. A. London, 1808. 



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History of South Carolina, from 1670 to 1808. 2 Vols, 
by David Ramsay, M. D. Charleston, 1809. 

History of the Revolution of South Carolina. 2 Vols., 
by David Ramsay. Trenton, 1785. 

History of South Carolina from its first European Discov- 
ery to its Erection into a Republic, by W. Gil- 
more Simms. New York, i860. 

History of Tennessee, from its earliest Settlement to the 
present time, by W. H. Carpenter. 

Philadelphia, 1868. 

History of Tennessee. The making- of a State, by James 
Phelan. Boston, 1888. 

History (The) of Texas, or the Emigrants' Farmers' and 
Politicians' Guide to the Country, by David B. Ed- 
wards. Cincinnati, 1836. 

History of Texas, from its Discovery and Settlement, by 
J. M. MoRPHis. New York. 1875. 

History of the United States, by David Ramsay, 3 Vols., 

Philadelphia, 18 18. 

History of the United States Secret Service, by L. C. 
Baker. Philadelphia, 1867. 

History of the Valley of Virginia, by Samuel Kerche- 
VAL. Woodstock, Va., 1850. 

History (The) of Virginia, from 1706 to 1720, by a Native 
and Inhabitant of the Place. London, 1722. 

History of the Virginia Company of London, with Let- 
ters From the First Colony, never before printed, by 
EinvARi) Neill. Albany, N. Y., 1869. 

History of Virginia (The), by John Burk. 4 vols. 

Petersburg, Va., 1804-18 16. 

History (A) of the Whig Party, by R. McKinley 
Ormshy. Boston, 1859. 

Historical Collection of Georgia, by George White. 
M.A. New York, 1855. 

Historical Collection of Louisiana and Florida, by B. 
F. Fren'ch. Reprinted from Original. 

New York, 1869. 
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Importance of Establishing a Colony in La., by M. 

De R^monville, 1697. 
Narrative of the Voyage made by Order of King of France 

in 1689 to take possession of Louisiana, by M. P. Le- 

MoYNE D'Iberville, Commander of the Expedition. 
Historical Collection of Louisiana and Florida. Second 

Series. New York, 1875. 

Historical Sketch of St. Paul's Church, Louisville, Ky. 

Prepared for the Semi-Centennial Celebration, October 

6, 1889, by Ruben T. Durrett. [Filson Club 

Series.] Louisville, 1889. 

Historical Collection of Virginia, by Hexry Howe. 

Charleston, 1845. 
Historical Narrative (A) of the Civil and Military- 
Services of William H. Harrison, by Moses 

Dawson. Cincinnati, 1824. 

Historical and Picturesque Savannah, by Adelaide 

Wilson. Presented by James Swann. Boston, 1889. 
Historical Research (An) on Negroes and Slaves as 

Citizens and as Soldiers, by George Livermore. 

Boston, 1862. 
Historical Sketch of the Chatam Artillery during the 

Confederate Struggle, by Charles C. Jones, Jr. 

LL.D. Albany, N. Y., 1867. 

Historical Sketch of Kentucky, with Anecdotes of Pioneer 

Life, by Lewis Collins. Cincinnati, 1848. 

Historical Sketch of North Carolina from 1584 to 1851, 

by John H. Wheeler. Philadelphia, 1851. 

Historical Sketch of the South Carolina Military 

Academy, by John P. Thomas. Charleston, 1879. 
Homes of the New World Impressions of America, 

by Fredrica Bremer. 2 vols. New York, 1853. 

Home Reminiscences of John Randolph of Roanoke, 

by Powhatan Bouldin. Richmond, 187S. 

Ida May; a story of things actual and possible, by Mary 

Langdon. Bostan, 1S55. 

Impartial Enquiry into the State and utility of the 

province of Georgia. I74''- 



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Impending crisis of the South. How to meet it, 

by HiNTON Rowan Helper, London, i860. 

Incident in the Life of Jacob Barker, of New Orleans, 

La., from 1800 to 1855 Washington 1855. 

Indigenous Races of the Earth, contributed by Moury 

PuLSZKY and Meigs, Edited by Nott and Gliddon. 

Philadelphia, 1857. 
Inez, a tale of the Alamo, by Augusta Evans Wilson. 

New York, 1888. 
Infelice ; a novel, by Augusta Evans Wilson. 

New York, 1889. 
Information about Texas carefully, prepared by O. E. 
E. Braman, of Matagorda Texas. 

Philadelphia, 1857. 
Information Respecting the History, Condition and 
Prospects of the Indian Tribes of the United 
States, collated and prepared in the Bureau of 
Indian affairs. 6 Parts, by HEiSiry R. School- 
craft, LL.D. Philadelphia, 1853. 
Inquiry into the principles and policy of the Gover- 
ment of the United States, by John Taylor, 
Fredericksburg, Virginia, 18 14. 
Introduction to the History of the Colony an ancient 
Dominion of Virginia, by Charles Campbell, 
Author's autograph presentation inscription. 

Richmond, 1847. 
In Vinculis, or The Prisoner of "War being the ex- 
perience of a Rebel in T^vo Federal Pens, by 
S. M. Keiley. New York, 1866. 

Iron [The] Furnace ; or. Slavery and Secession, by Rev. 
John H. Aughey, a refugee from Mississippi. 

Philadelphia, 1863. 
Is Davis a Traitor or Was Secession a Constitutional 
Right Previous to the War of 186 1, by Alrert 
Taylor Bledsoe, A. M., LL.D. Baltimore, 1866. 
Jefferson and Cabell. Letters in Regard to the Univer- 
sity of Virginia. Richmond, 1856. 
Jefferson Davis. A Memorial Address Delivered at St. 



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Paul's Church, Richmond, Va., Dec. ii, 1889, by 
Charler Minnigerode, D.D. Richmond, 1800. 

Jefferson Davis. A Memoir, by his wife V. J. Davis. 

New York, 1890. 

Journal (A) Comprising an account of the Loss of the Brig 
Commerce upon the West Coast of Africa, by Archi- 
bald RoRBiNS. Hartford, 1825. 

Journal of the Convention of the People of North Caro- 
lina, Held on May 20th, 1S61. Presented by Jas. 
D. Cumming. Raleigh, 1862. 

Journal (A) of the Hardships, Sufferings, Battles, De- 
feat and Captivity of the Heroic Kentucky Volun- 
teers and Regulars Commanded by Gen. Win- 
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Philadelphia, 1854. 

Journal of the House of Delegates, State of Virginia, 
Session of i865-'66. • Richmond, 1865. 

Journal of a Resident on a Georgia Plantation, i838-'39, 
by Frances Anne Kemble. New York, 1863. 

Journal of the Texian Expedition against Mier, Subse- 
quent Imprisonment of the Author, his suffering and 
escape from Perote, by Gen. Thomas J. Green. 

New York, 1S45. 

Journal (A) of a Voyage from London to Savannah in 
Georgia,by George Whitefield, A B. London, 1739. 

Journal of a Young lady of Virginia, 1782, Edited by 
Emily V. Mason. Baltimore, 1S71. 

Journey and Explorations in the Cotton Kingdom, with 
obser\-ations on Cotton and Slavery, by Frederick 
Law Olmsted. 2 Vols. London, 1862. 

Journey (A) in the Seaboard Slave States, with remarks 
on their Economy, by Frederick Law Olmsted. 

London, 1856. 

Journey CA) through Texas or a Saddle Trip on the 
Southwestern Frontier, by Frederick Law Olm- 
sted. New York, 1857. 

Joy, and other Poems, by Danske Dandridge. 

New York, 1888. 



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K. K. K. Sketches, Treating the more importont events 
of the Ku-Klux-Klan movements in the South, by 
James Melville Beard. Philadelphia, 1877, 

Katharine Walton, or the Rebel of Dorchester, by W. 
GiLMORE SiMMS. Chicago and New York, 1888. 

Kentucky, A Pioneer Commonwealth, by N. S. Shaler. 

Boston, 1888. 

King's Mountain and its Heroes, by Lyman C. Draper, 
LL.D. Cincinnati, 1881. 

" Land of the Sky," or Adventures in Mountain By- 
Ways, by Christian Reid. New York, 1889. 

Land of the Slave and the Free, Cuba, United States, 
Canada, by The Hon. Henry A. Murray. 2 Vols. 

London, 1855. 

Last (The) of the Forresters. A story of the Old Virginia 
Frontier, by John Esten Cooke. New York, 1856. 

Last Ninety Days of the War in North Carolina, by 
Cornelia Phillips Spencer. Presented by Jas. D. 
Cummings. New York, 1866. 

Lays of Ancient Virginia, and Other Poems, by James 
Avis Bartley. Richmond, 1855. 

Leaves from the Book of Nature, by M. Schele De 
Vere. New York, 1872. 

Lectures on Constitutional Law, for use of Law Class of 
University of Virginia, by Henry St. George Tucker. 

Richmond, 1843. 

Lee and His Lieutenants, Comprising the Early Life, Ser- 
vices and Campaigns of Gen. Robert E. Lee and his 
Companions in Arms. (Has Autograph of R. Tooms). 
By Edward A. Pollard. New York, 1867. 

Lee, (Robert Edward.) An Address at the Dedication of 
the Lee Monument, Richmond, May 29th, 1890, by 
Archer Anderson. Richmond, 1890. 

Letters of the British Spy (The), by William Wirt, 
I'2sQ. New York, 1856. 

Letters of a Confederate Officer to his Family in 
Europe during the War. Paris, N. D. 

Letters Descriptive of the Virginia Springs, the Roads 



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Leading Thereto and the Doings Thereat, by 

" Peregrine Prolix." Philadelphia, 1837. 

Letters from an Early Settler of Texas, by W. B. 

Dewees. Louisville, 1858. 

Letters from Illinois, by Morris Birkbeck. 

London, 1818. 
Letters from the Slave States, by James Stirling. 

London, 1857. 
Letters of John Randolph of Roanoke to a Young Rel- 
ative. Philadelphia, 1834. 
Letters on Slavery, by William Dickson, to which are 

added addresses to the whites and to the free Negroes 

of Barbadoes. London, 1789 

Letters and other Writings of James Madison. 4 Vols. 

Published by Order of Congress. New York, 1884. 
Letter (A) to a Friend in a Slave State and Reply, 

by Charles Ingersoll. Philadelphia, 1862. 

Lettre a Napoleon III, Sur L'Esclarage, Aux Etats Du 

Sud, Par un Creole de la Louisiane. 

Paris 1862. 
Life in the Confederate Army, being the Observations and 

experiences of an alien in the South during the War, 

by William Watson. London, 1887. 

Life in the South, From the Commencement of the War, 

Spring of i860 to Aug. '62, by Miss Sarah L. Jones. 

(A Blockaded British Subject). 2 Vols. 

London, 1863. 
Life (The) of John James Andubon, the Naturalist, 

Edited by his Widow. New York, 1871. 

Life of Thomas H. Benton, by Theodore Roosevelt, 

Boston, 1887. 
Life (The) of Harman Blennerhassett, by William H, 

Saffori). Chillicothe, O., 1850. 

Life (The) and Adventures of Daniel Boone, The First 

Setder of Kentucky, by Timothy Flint. 

Cincinnati, 1868. 
Life of John C. Calhoun, by H. Von Holst, M. D. 

Boston, 1 888 



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Life (The) of John C. Calhoun, by John S. Jenkins. 

New York, N. D. 

Life of Henry Clay. 2 Vols, by Carl Schurz. 

Boston, 1890. 

Life (The) and Speeches of Henry Clay. 2 Vols, by 
Daniel Mallory. New York, 1844. 

Life and Public Service of Grover Cleveland, by Pen- 
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Life of David Crockett. Philadelphia, N. D. 

Life (The) of Jefferson Davis, by Frank H. Alfriend. 

Philadelphia, 1868. 

Life and Reminiscences of Jefferson Davis, by distin- 
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Life of Jefferson Davis, with a Secret History of the South- 
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by Edward A. Pollard. Philadelphia, 1869. 

Lives of the Deceased Bishops of the Catholic Church 
in the United States, by Richard H. Clarke, 
LL.D. (Autograph Copy to Capt. Garden from 
author). 3 Vols. New York, 1888. 

Life of Henry W. Grady, Including his Writings and 
Speeches. A Memorial Volume, Edited by Joel 
Chandler Harris. New York, 1890. 

Life (The) of Nathaniel Green, by George Washington 
Green. 3 Vols. New York, 1871. 

Life of Nathaniel Green, by W. Gilmore Simms. 

New York, 1849. 

Life of Patrick Henry, by Moses Coit Tyler. 

Boston, 1889. 

Life (The) of Sam Houston, The Patriot and Statesman of 
Te.xas, Presented by T. P. Ochiltree. 

Philadelphia, 1867 

Life of Andrew Jackson, by William Cobbett, M. P, 

London, 1834. 

Life of Maj. Gen. Andrevi^ Jackson, by John Henry 
Eaton. Philadelphia, 1828. 

Life of Andrew Jackson. 3 Vols, by James Parton. 

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Life of Andrew Jackson, by Alexander. Walker. 

Philadelphia, 1866. 
Life of Thomas J. Jackson, (Stonewall), by R. L. Dabney, 

D. D. 2 Vols, London, 1864. 

Life (The) T. J. (Stonewall) Jackson, by J. M. Daniel, a 

Virginian. New York, 1866, 

Life (The) of Thomas Jefferson, by William Linn. 

Ithaca, N. Y. 1843. 
Life of Thomas Jefferson, by John T. Morse, Jr. 

Boston, 1889. 
Life (The) of Thomas Jefferson, by Henry S. Randall, 

LL.D. 3 Vols. New York, 1858. 

Life (The) of Thomas Jefferson, by George Tucker. 

2 Vols. London, 1837. 

Life (The) of Albert Sidney Johnston, Embracing his 

Service in the Armies of the United States Republic of 

Texas and the Confederate States, by William Pres- 
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Life of Arthur Lee, LL.D., by Richard Henry Lee. 2 

Vols. Boston, 1829. 

Life and Campaigns of Gen. Robert E, Lee, by James 

D. McCabe, Jr. Philadelphia, 1870. 

Life (The) of Abraham Lincoln, by Isaac N. Arnold. 

Chicago, 1887. 
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Life of James Madison, by Sydney Howard Gay. 

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John Quinxy Adams. Buffalo, 1850. 

Life (The) of Francis Marion, by Peter Horry and M. 

L. Weems. Philadelphia, 1854. 

Life of John Marshall, by Allan B. Magruder. 

Boston, 1888. 
Life on the Mississippi, by Samuel L. Clemens, (Mark 

Twain). Boston, 1883. 

Life of James Munroe, by Daniel C. Gilman. 

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Life (The) of William Pinkney, by his Nephew, Rev 
William Pinkney, D.D. New York, 1853. 

Life of Edgar Allen Poe, by George E. Woodberry. 

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Auburn, N. Y. 1850. 

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Life of John Randolph, of Roanoke, by Henry Adams. 

Boston, 1889. 

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Garland. New York, 1850. 

Life (The) and Letters of Walter Ralegh, by Edward 

Edwards. 2 Vols. London, 1868. 

Life of Sir Walter Raleigh, by Patrick Eraser Tytler, 

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Life (The) of Winfield Scott,by J. T. Headley. 

New York, 1861. 
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Stuart, Commander of the Cavalry of the Army of 
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Boston, 1885. 
Life of Zachary Taylor, by J. Reese Fry, 

Philadelphia, 1848. 
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Life of George Washington, by Aaron Bancroft, A. 
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Life (The) of George Washington, by John Marshall. 
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The Influence of Climate. From the French of Ch. 
Victor DeBonstetten. New York, 1864. 

Manual of Investments. Facts and Figures regarding 
Southern Investment Securities. [Compliments of the 
Compilers, JoHN-L. Willi AMS & Son. ] Richmond, 1 890. 
Manual Periera, with Views of Southern Laws, Life, 

and Hospitality, by F. C. Adams. London, 1852. 
Maps. A series of 18 in Portfolios, from 1752 to 181 1. 7 

Portfolios. 
Marginalia, or Gleanings from an Army Note Book, by F. 
G. DeFontaine, "Personne." 

Columbia, S. C.,1864. 
Margret Moncrieffe, The First Love of Aaron Burr, A Ro- 
mance of the Revolution, by Charles BuRDETT. 

New York, i860. 
Marooner's Island, or Dr. Gordon in Search of his child- 
ren, by F. R. GouLDiNG. New York, 1888. 
Martyrs to the Revolution in the British Prison Ships 
In the Wallabout Bay, by George Taylor. 

New York, 1855. 

Marshall [The] Family, or a Geneological Chart of the 

descendants of John Marshall and Elizabeth Markham, 

his wife, by W. M. Paxton. Cincinnati, 1885. 

Maryland, The History of a Polatinate, by William Hand 

Browne. Boston, 1888. 

M' Donalds, [The] or The Ashes of Southern Homes. A 

Tale of Sherman's March, by William Henry Peck. 

New York, 1867. 
Medical and Surgical Memoirs. 4 Vols., by Joseph 
Jones, M.D. Presented by the author. 

New Orleans, 1 876-1 890. 

Mellichampe. A legend of the Santee, by W. Gilmore 

.SIMMS. Chicago and New York, 1888. 

Memoirs of the Confederate War for Independence, by 

Hkros Von B(jrcke. 2 Vols. Edinburgh, 1866. 

Memoirs, Correspondence and Private Papers of 

Thomas Jefferson, Edited by Thomas Jefferson 

Randohmi. 4 Vols. London, 1829. 



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Memoirs of Col. Joshua Fry, by P. Slaughter, D. D. 

Riclimond, N. D. 

Memoires,Historiques Sur La Louisiana, by M. Dumont. 

Paris, 1753. 

Memoirs of Andrew Jackson, by "S," a Citizen of Mass- 
achusetts. Boston, 1828. 

Memoirs of Andrew Jackson, by S. Putnam Waldo. 

Hartford, 1819. 

Memoirs of Charles Lee, with Political and Military Essays 
and Letters. Dublin, 1792. 

Memoirs of Robert E. Lee. His Military and Personal 
History, by A. L. Long. London, 1886. 

Memoirs of the Life and Campaigns of Nathaniel 
Green, by Charles Caldwell. Philadelphia, 1S19. 

Memoir [A] of the life of the Rt. Rev. \Villiam Meade, 
D.D., Bishop of the Episcopal Church in Va., by Rt. 
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Memoirs of the Mother and ^A/ife of Washington, by 
Margaret C. Conklin. New York, 1858. 

Memoirs, Official and Personal, with Sketches of Travel 
Among the Indians, by Thomas L. M'Kenney, 2 
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Memoir[A] of S. S Prentis. Edited by his brother, G. 
L. Prentis. 2 Vols. New York, 18S6. 

Memoirs of Gen. Winfield Scott, Written by himself. 2 
Vols. New York, 1864. 

Memoirs of Service Afloat during the ^A^a^ between 
the States, by Raphael Semmes. 

Baltimore, 1S69. 

Memoirs of a Southern Planter, by Susan Dabney 
Smedes. Presented by Lucy R. Garden. 

Baltimore, 1SS7. 

Memoirs of Major Robert Stobo, of the Virginia Regi- 
ment, by N. B. C. Pittsburgh, 1854. 

Memoirs of Roger B. Taney, Chief Justice of the Supreme 
Court, U. S., by Samuel Tyler. Baltimore, 1876. 

Memoirs of George W^ashington, by Mrs. C. M. Kirk- 
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Memorial of Henry W. Grady, by Marion T- Verdery, 
Presentation Copy for N. Y. S. S. from Author. 

New York, 1880. 

Memorials of Methodism in Virginia, from its introduct- 
ion into the State in 1772 to 1829, by William W. 
Bennett, D.D. Richmond, 187 1. 

Memorial Addresses in relation to Horatio Seymour. 
Presented by D. R. Newell. Albany, 1886. 

Men and Manners in America, by Thomas Hamilton. 
2 Vols. Edinburgh, 1834. 

Mexico, Aztec, Spanish and Republican, by Brantz 
Mayer. 2 Vols. Hartford, 1853. 

Migration (A) Legend of the Creek Indians, by Al- 
bert S. Gatschet. 2 Vols. 

Philadelphia and St. Louis, 1 884-1 888. 

Military [The] Operations of General Beauregard in 
the War between the States, 1861-1865. 2 Vols, 
by Alfred Roman. New York, 1884. 

Military View of Recent Campaigns in Virginia and 
Maryland, by Capt. C. C. Chesney, R. E. 

London, 1863. 

Mineral [The] Springs of Western Virginia, with re- 
marks on their use, by William Burke. 

New York, 1842. 

Mingo, and other Sketches in Black and White, by Joel 
Chandler Harris. Boston, 1884. 

Minutes of the Union Society, of Savannah, Ga., from 
1750 to 1858. Savannah, i860. 

Miscellany. 2 Vols. Pamphlets relative to North Carolina. 
Presented by James D. Cummings. Various Dates. 

Mississippi, as Province, Territory and State, with Bio- 
graphical Notes of eminent citizens, by J. F. H. 
Claiborne. Vol. i Jackson, Miss., 1880. 

Mississippi [The] River, Testimony of the engineers be- 
fore the United States Senate. Washington, 1890. 

Missouri. A Bone of Contention, by Lucien Carr, 

Boston, 1888. 

Mohun. A Novel, by John Esten Cooke. New York, 1889. 



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Monuments of Washington's Patriotism. Fac-simile ot 
his writings. Washington, 1S41. 

Morton House. A Novel, by Christian Reid. 

New York, 1.S90. 

Mounds [The] of the Mississippi Valley historically 
considered, by LuciEN Carr. N.D. 

Mr. Ambrose's Letters on the Rebellion, by John P. 
Kp:nnei)Y. New York, 1865. 

My Cave Life in Vicksburg, with letters of trial and 
travel, by a Lady. New York, 1864. 

My Diary in America in the midst of War, by 
George Augustus Sala. 2 Vols. 

London, 1865. 

My Diary North and South, by William Howard Rus- 
sell. 2 Vols. London, 1863. 

Narrative [A] of the Campaign in the Valley of the 
Shenandoah in 1861, by Robert Patterson. 
Author's autograph presentation inscription, 

Philadelphia, 1865. 

Narrative [A] of Events which Occurred in Baltimore 
Town During the Revolutionary \Var, by Robert 
PuRViANCE. Baltimore, 1849. 

Narrative (The) of Colonel David Fanning (a Tory in 
the Revolutionary War) with an account of adven- 
tures in North Carolina, 1 775-1 783. New York, 
1865. Sabine Reprint of Richmond Ed. of 1861. 

Narrative of Military Operations Directed During the 
Late War Between States, by Joseph E. John- 
ston. New York, 1874- 

Narrative of the Texan Santa Fe Expedition, 2 Vols., 
by Geo. Wilkins Kendall. New York, 1844. 

Narrative ofa Voyage to the Spanish Main in the Ship 
" Two Friends." London, 1819. 

Natural (The) History of Carolina, Florida and the 
Bahama Islands, with colored illustrations of birds, 
beasts, fishes, serpents, insects and plants, by Mark 
Catesbv, F. R. S., 2 Vols. London, 1771. 

Negro (The) at Home. An enquiry after his capacity for 



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self government, by Lindlay Spring. Author's 
autograph presentation inscription. New York, i868. 

Negroes and Negro " Slavery." The first an inferior race. 
The latter its normal condition, by J. H. Van Evrie, 
j^j 13 New York, 1861. 

Negro— Mania. Being an examination of the falsely as- 
sumed equality of the various races of men, by John 
Campbell. Philadelphia, 1851. 

New England's Chattels, or Life in the Northern Poor 
House. New York, 1858. 

New Orleans and Environs, a complete guide with a map, 
by B. M. Norman. New Orleans, 1845. 

New Reasons for Abolishing the Slave Trade, by the 
author of " War in Disguise." London, 1807. 

New (The) South. A description of the Southern States, by 
M. B. HiLLYARD. Presented by James Swann. 

Baltimore, 1887. 

New Views of the Constitution of the United States, 
by John Taylor, of Caroline, Va. 

Washington, 1823. 

News from Virginia (1610). A tract in verse, by R. 
Rich, soldier. Reprinted after the only existing copy 
of the original edition. Printed for private circulation. 

London, 1874. 

New York Railroad Commissioners Report, 1884, 
2 Vols. Albany, 1885. 

Nights with Uncle Remus. Myths and legends of the old 
Plantation, by Joel Chandler Harris. Boston, 1889. 

Nina's Atonement and Other Stories, by Christian 
Ri.ii). New York, 1873. 

North Carolina 1780-81, being a history of the invasion of 
the Carolinas by the British army under Cornwallis, by 
David Schenck, LL.D. (Autographic copy from 
author.) Raleigh, 1889. 

North and South, by the "white Republican" of Eraser's 
Magazine. London, 1864. 

North (The) and South, or Slavery and its Contrasts. A 
tale of real life. Philadelphia, 1852. 



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Notes on Duels and Duelling, by Lorenzo Sabine. 

Boston, 1859. 

Notes of a Journey from the Coast of Virginia to the 
Territory of Illinois, by Morris Birkbeck. 

London, 1S18. 

Notes, Observations and Essays on the Slave Trade, 
3 tracts, London, 1789. 

Notes on the Rebel Invasion of Maryland and Penn- 
sylvania and the Battle of Gettysburg, with a 
map, by M. Jacobs. Philadelphia, 1S64. 

Notes Taken Duringthe " Marcy " Expedition through 
Unexplored Texas in 1854, by W. B. Parker. 

Philadelphia, 1856. 

Notes on Political Economy, by N. A. Ware, a Southern 
Planter. New York, 1844. 

Notes on the Settlement and Indian Wars of Western 
Part of Virginia and Pennsylvania, by Joseph 
Doddridge, Albany, 1876. 

Notes on the State of Virginia, by Thomas Jefferson. 

London, 1787. 

Notes on the State of Virginia, by Thomas Jefferson. 

Philadelphia, 1794, 

Notes on the United States During a Phrenological 
Visit, i838-'39-'40, by George Combe. 2 Vols. 

Philadelphia, 1841. 

Notices of Florida and the Campaigns, by M. M. Cohen. 

Charleston, 1836. 

Nova Britannia. Offering most excellent fruits by planting 
in Virginia and exciting all such as be well affected to 
further the same. Sabins reprint of the London Ed. 
of 1609. New York, 1867, 

Obituary Addresses on the occasion of the Death of Hon. 
Henry Clay, delivered to the Senate andHouse of 
Representatives, June 30th, 1852, Washington, 1S52. 

Observations on the Dispute between the United 
States and France, 1797, by Robert Goodloe 
Harper. Reprinted from the Philadelphia Edition of 
1797, Dublin, 1798. 



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Official Register of the United States Containing list of 
the Officers and Employees of the Civil, Mili- 
tary and Naval Services. Presented by Hon. 
Thomas P. Ochiltree. Washington. 1887. 

Old Churches, Ministers and Families of Virginia, by 
William Meade, D.D. 2 Vols. Philadelphia, 1889. 

Old Creole Days, by George W. Cable. 

New York, 1888. 

Old (The) Trunk, or Sketches of Colonial Days, by Pow- 
hatan BouLDiN. Richmond, 1888. 

Omitted Chapters of History, Disclosed in the Life and 
Papers of Edmund Randolph, by Moncure Daniel 
Conway. New York, 1888. 

On Sherman's Track; or The South After the War, by 
John H. Kennaway, M. A. London, 1867. 

On the Prehistoric Remains of Kentucky, by Lucius 
Carr and O. S. Shaler, with several Plates. N.D. 

Orderly (The) Book, of that portion of the American Army 
Stationed at or near Williamsburg, Va., under the com- 
mand of Gen. Andrew Lewis, Mar. 18 1776 to Aug. 
28th, 1776. Notes and Illustrations by Charles 
Campbell. (Privately Printed). 

Richmond, i860. 

Original (The) List of Persons who went from Great 
Britain to the American Plantations, 1600 to 
1700. Edited by John Camden Hotten. 

London, 1874. 

Our Refugee Household, by Mrs. Louise Clack, of 
Louisiana. New York, 1866. 

Our Saviour's Divine Sermon on the Mount, by James 
I'jI.air, M. A. 4 Vols. London, 1740. 

Out of the Foam. A Novel, by John Esten Cooke. 

New York, 1871. 

Outlines of a Course of Lectures on the Principles and 
Practice of Surgery, by E. Geddings, M. D. 
Prepared by Thos. S. Waring, M. D. and Sam'l 
Logan, M. D. Presented by Sam'l Logan, M. D. 

Charleston, 1858. 



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Papers on Kentucky. 

1. Dedication of Hall of Kentucky Historical Society at 

Frankfort, June 7th, 1881. 

2. Report on Big and Little Sandy Valleys. 

3. Resources and conditions of the Commonwealth of 

Kentucky, by Bureau of Agriculture. 

4. Emigration to Kentucky, 

5. Kentucky Towns and Counties. 

6. Transportation System. 

7. Progress of Geological Survey from Jan. '82 to Jan. '84, 

by John R. Proctor, State Geologist. 
Pamphleteer (The), No. XXIX, Oct. London ,1819. 

Containing : 
The Cession of Florida to the United States, and the 

necessity of Cuba for Great Britain, by J. Freeman 

Rattenbury. 
Partisan (The), A Romance of the Revolution, by W. Gil- 
more SiMMS, Chicago and New York, 1888. 
Partisan Life with Mosby, by John Scott. 

London, 1867. 
Pedigree (The) andHistory of the W^ashington Family, 

from B.C. 70, to George Washington, First President 

of the United States, by Albert Welles. 

New York, 1879. 
Personal Recollections of John F. Darby. 

St. Louis, 18S0. 
Personal Reminiscences, Anecdotes and Letters of 

Gen. Robert E. Lee, by J. William Jones, D.D. 

New York, 1876. 
Physical Survey of Virginia, her geographical position, 

its commercial advantages and national importance, 

by M. T. Maury, LL.D. Richmond, 1868. 

Picketts Men. A Fragment of War History, by Walter 

Harrison. New York, 1870. 

Pictorial Guide to the Mammoth Cave, of Kentucky, 

by Horace Martin. New York, 1S51. 

Pictorial Life of Andrew Jackson, by John Frost. 

LL.D. Hartford, 1848. 



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Piney Woods Tavern, or Sam Slick in Texas. 

Philadelphia, 1858. 

Pioneer Life in Kentucky, by Daniel Drake, M. D. 

Cincinnati, 1870. 

Pioneer (The) Press of Kentucky, from the Printing of the 
first paper west of the Alleghanies, Aug 11, 1787 to 
the establishment of the Daily Press in 1830. By 
William Henry Perrin. [Filson Club Series.] 

Louisville, 1888. 

Plantation (The) Negro as a Freeman, by Philip A. 
Bruce. New York, 1889. 

Poems of Paul Hamilton Hayne. Complete Edition. 

Boston, 1882. 

Poems, by Sidney Lanier. New York. 1889. 

Poems, by Abram J. Ryan, [Father Ryan.] 

Baltimore, 1888. 

Political Works of James DeRuyter Blackwell, in 3 
Vols. Vols. I and II. (Autograph copy from Author). 

New York, 1879. 

Political [The] Beginnings of Kentucky. A narrative of 
public events up to the time of its admission to the 
American Union, by John Mason Brown. [Filsom 
Club Series]. Louisville, 1889. 

Political Fallacies. An Examination of the false assump- 
tions and refutation of sophistical; reasonings which 
have brought on this Civil War, by George Judkin, 
D.D., LL.D. New York, 1863. 

Popular Life of Gen. Robert E. Lee, by Emily V. 
Mason. Dedicated by permission to Mrs. Lee. 

Baltimore, 1874. 

Popular (A) Treatise on the Currency Question, written 
from a southern point of view, by Robert W. 
Hughes. New York, 1879. 

Postscript to the Reply " Point by Point," containing an 
exposure of the misrepresentation of the treatment of 
captive Negroes at Sierra Leone, by Robert Thorp, 
Esq.. LL.D. London, 1815. 

Practical [A] View of the Present State of Slavery in 



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the West Indies, by Alexander Barclay. 

London, 1S28. 
Pretty Mrs. Gaston, and other Stories, by John Esten 
Cooke. New York, 1874. 

Prison Life of Jefferson Davis, by John J. Craven, 
M. D. New York, 1866. 

Proceedings and Debates of the Virginia State Con- 
vention of 1829-30. Richmond, 1830. 
Proceedings and Trial of Capt. John Kimber for the 
wilful murder of a Negro girl. 

Edinburgh, 1792. 
Proposed [The] Slave Empire, its antecedents, constitu- 
tion and pohcy, by Charles S. Maill. 

London, 1863. 

Prose (The) Writers of America, by Rufus Wilmot 

Griswold. London, 1847. 

Protocols of Proceedings of the International Marine 

Conference, held in Washington, D. C, Oct. i6th 

to Dec. 31st, 18S9. 3 vols. Washington, 1890. 

Publications of the Virginia Historical Society. New 

series No. i. Letters of Thos. NelsonJt., Governor. 

Richmond, 1874. 
Public Good without Private Interest, or a compendious 
remonstrance of the present sad state and condition of 
the English colony in Virginia, by L. G.\tford. 

London, 1657. 
Question [A] of Honor. A novel, by Christian Reid, 

New York, 1889. 
Quick [The] or the Dead. A study, by Amelie Rives. 

Philadelphia, 1889. 
Raids and Romance of Morgan the His Men, by 
Sally Rochester Ford. New York, 1864. 

Rambler [The] in Mexico, 1834, by Charles Joseph La- 
trohe. New York, 1836. 

Random Shots and Southern Breezes, containing critical 
remarks on the southern states and southern institu- 
tions, by Louis Fitzgerai^d Tasistro. 2 vols. 

New York, 1842. 



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Rear [The] Guard of the Revolution, by James K. Gil- 
more. New York, 1889. 
Reasons for an Immediate Alliance with St. Domingo 
and The History of Toussant L'Ouverture. 

London, i8o4-'i4. 

Rebellion [The] in America, by Baptist Wriothesley 

Noel, M. A. London, 1863. 

Rebel's [A] Recollection, by George Gary Eggleston. 

Nevv Yoik, 1887. 
Recollections of Henry Watkins Allen, Brigadier Gen- 
eral of the Confederate army and ex-Governor of Louis- 
iana, by Sarah A. Dorsey. New York, 1866. 
Recollections of Mexico, by Waddy Thompson. 

New York, 1846. 
Recollections of a New England Bride and of a South- 
ern Matron, by Caroline Gilman. 

New York, 1852. 
Reflexiones Sobre El Bando de 25 de Junio Ultimo, by 
D. Pe^kg de la Puente. Mexico, 181 2. 

Register of the Confederate Dead interred in the Holly- 
wood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia. 

Richmond, 1869. 
Reids Tramp, or a Journal of the incidents of ten months 
travel through Texas, New Mexico, Origon and Cali- 
fornia, by John C. Reid. Selma, Ala., 1858. 
Reminiscences of an Abolitionist, by Levi Coffin. 

London, N.D. 
Reminiscences of Forts Sumpter and Moultrie, in i860 
and 1861, by Abner Doubleday. 

New York, 1876. 

Reminiscences of Public Men in Alabama for thirty 

years, by William Garrett. Atlanta, 1872. 

Reminiscences of Wilmington, in familiar village tales, 

ancient and new, by I-jjzareth Montgomery. 

Philadelphia, 1851. 

Report of the Bureau of Agriculture, statistics and mines 

of Tennessee, l)y B. M. Hord. Nashville, 1889. 

Report of the Committee of arrangements of the Com- 



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mon Council of New York, on the Obsequies of 
Hon. Henry Clay. New York, N.D. 

Report [A] of the Debates and Proceedings in the 
secret sessions of the Conference Convention, 
1861. by I.. E. Chittenden. New York, 1864. 

Report of the Joint Investigating Committee on Pub- 
lic Frauds in the election of J. J. Patterson to the 
U. S. Senate, made by Gen'l. Assembly of S. C. ses- 
sion of 1877 and 1878. Columbia, 1878. 

Report on the Levees of the Mississippi River. Capt. 
A. A. Humphries and Lieut. H. L. Abhot 

Washington, 1867. 

Report on the Organization and Campaigns of the 
Army of the Potomac, by George B. McClellan. 

New York, 1864. 

Reports and Tracts on Slavery and Religion, relative 
to the West Indies. London, 1829,-1830-1831. 

Report on the United States and Mexican boundary sur- 
vey, by William H. Emory. 3 vols. 

Washington, 1 857-1 859. 

Republic [The] as a form of Government, the evolutions 
of Democracy in America, by John Scott. Auto- 
graph copy from author. F-altimore, 1890. 

Resolutions of Virginia and Kentucky, penned by Madi- 
son and Jefferson in relation to the Alien and Sedit- 
ion laws. Richmond, 1835. 

Resourses of Southern Fields and Forests, also a medi- 
cal botany of southern states, by Erancis Peyre 
PoRCHER. Charleston, 1869. 

Resources, Soil and Climate of Texas, by A. W. 
.Spaight, Commissioner. Galveston, 1882. 

Results [The] of Emancipation, by Augustin Cochin. 
Translated by Mary Booth. Boston, 1863. 

Review of Col. R. G. Ingersoll's Attacks upon Chris- 
tianity, by Mrs. Ottelie Bertron. (Autograph 
ronv from author). Philadelphia, 1889. 

Reviewers Reviewed. A satire, by the author of" Pclayo." 
[Mrs. A. C. Ritchie]. New York, 1837. 



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Richard Hurdis,. A tale of Alabama, by W. Gilmore 

SIMMS. Chicago and New York, 1888. 

Richmond [The] Examiner during the War, or the 

writings of John M. Daniels, with a memoir of his life, 

including a copy of the Latch Key, by Bagby. 

by Frederick S. Daniels. New York, 1868. 

Rifle and Infantry Tactics Revised and Improved, by 

Brig. Gen. W. J. Hardee, C. S. A. 

Mobile, first year of the Confederacy, 186 1. 
Rise (The) and Fall of the Confederate Government, by 

Jefferson Davis, 2 vols. New York, 1881. 

Robert ^Var^en, the Texan Refugee, during the late Civil 

War. Philadelphia, 1879. 

Romance of the History of LfOusiana, by Charles Gay- 

arre. New York, 1848. 

Romantic Passages in Southwestern History, Orations, 

Sketches, Essays, by A. B. Meek, 

Mobile, 1857. 
Rough (The) and Ready Annual, or Military Souvenir. 

New York, 1848. 
Roughing It, by Samuel L. Clemens, [Mark Twain]. 

Presented by Lucy R. Garden. 

Hartford, 1872. 
Science (The) of English Verse, by Sidney Lanier. 

New York, 1888. 
Scout (The); or the Black Riders of the Congaree, byl W. 

Gilmore Simms. Chicago and New York, 1888. 

Scouting (The) Expeditions of McCollochs Texas 

Rangers during the Mexican War, by Samuel 

C. Reid, Jr. Philadelphia, N.D. 

Scriptural (A) Ecclesiastical and Historical View of 

Slavery, by John Henry Hopkins, D.D., LL.D. 

Bishop of Vermont. New York, 1864. 

Season (The) Ticket, London, i860. 

Secession, or Prose in Rhyme and East Tennessee. A poem, 

by Thomas A. R. Nelson, [an East Tennesseeian.] 

Philadelphia, 1864. 
Secret Proceedings and Debates of the Constitutional 



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Convention of 1787, by Luther Martin. 

Cincinnati, 1838. 

Seven Decades of the Union. A memoir of John Tyler, 
by Henry A. Wise. Philadelphia, 1881. 

Shelby and His Men, or the War in the West, byJoHN N. 
Edwards. Cincinnati, 1867. 

Shenandoah (The), or the Last Confederate Cruiser, by 
Cornelius E. Hunt, New York, 1867. 

Short (A) History of the Confederate States of Amer- 
ica, by Jefferson Davis. New York, 1890. 

Short (A) History of Mexico, by Arthur Howard 
Noll. (Autograph copy from author). Chicago, 1890 

Short Sketch of Charleston, S. C. How it fared in two 
Wars and an Earthquake. New York, 1886. 

Signal (The) Boys, or Captain Sam's Company, by George 
Cary Eggleston. New York, 1888. 

Siege (The) of Savannah in Dec. 1864, and the Confeder- 
ate operations in Georgia, by Charles C. Jones, Jr. 

Albany, N. Y., 1874. 

Siege of ^A^ashington, written expressly for little people, by 
F. CoLBURN Adams. New York, 1867. 

Sketches, by Saml. L. Clemens, (Mark Twain). Pre- 
sented by Lucy R. Garden. New York, 1880. 

Sketches of Character, illustrating the habits, occupation 
and pastime of the Jamaica Negroes, by L M. Belis- 
ARIO. Kingston, Jamaica, 1837. 

Sketches of the Early Catholic Missions of Kentucky 
from 1787 to 1827, by M.J. Spalding, D.D. 

Louisville, 1844. 

Sketch (A) of the Laws Relating to Slavery in the 
several states of the United States, by George 
M. Stroud, Philadelphia, 1856. 

Sketch (A) of the life of Randolph Fairfax, a private 
in the Rock Bridge Artillery attached to "Stonewall Bri- 
gade," by Rev. Philip Slaughter, D.D. 

Baltimore, 1878. 

Sketch (A) of the Life and Character of Thomas Jef- 
ferson, by T. J. Davis. Philadelphia, 1876. 



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Sketches, historical and descriptive of Louisiana, by Major 
Amos Stoddard. Philadelphia, i8 12. 

Sketches of the life and correspondence of Nathaniel 
Green, by William Johnson. 2 vols. 

Charleston, 1822. 

Sketches of the life, writings and opinions of Thomas 

Jefferson, by B. L. Rayner. New York, 1832. 

Sketches of North Carolina, historical and biographical, 

by William Henry Foote. New York, 1846. 

Sketches of Party Leaders. Jefferson, Hamilton, Clay, 

Jackson, and Randolph, by Jo. G. Baldwin. 

New York. 1855. 
Sketches of the Rise Progress and Decline of Seces- 
sion, with a narrative ofpersonal adventures among the 
Rebels, by W. G. Brounlow. Philadelphia, 1862. 

Sketches and Recollections of Lynchburg, Va. 

Richmond, 1858. 
Slave (The) Power, its character, career and probable de- 
sij.'-ns, being an attempt to explain the real issue involved 
in the American contest, by J. E. Cairnes, M. A. 

London, 1862. 
Slave (The) Trade, Domestic and Foreign, why it exists and 
how it may be extinguished, by H. C. Carey. 

Philadelphia, 1859. 
Slavery (The) of the British West Indies Colonies De- 
lineated, by James Stephen, Esq. 2 vols. 

London, 1824 
Slavery and the Domestic Slave Trade of the United 
States, by Prof. E. A. Andrews. 

Boston, 1836. 
Slavery and the Internal Slave Trade in the United 
States of North America. Addressed to the British 
.md Forcii^n Anti-Slavery Society. London, 1841. 

Slavery and Secession in America. Historical and Eco- 
nomical, by Thomas Ellison, F.S.S. 

London, 1861. 

Slavery in the United States. A letter to the Hon. 

Daniel Webster, by M. B. Sampson. London, 1845. 



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Social Relations in Our Southern States, by D. R. 

iiuNDi.KY, Esq. New York, i86o. 

Sociology for the South, or the failure of Free Society, by 

Gkorgk Fitzhugh. Richmond, 1854. 

Society in America, by Harriet Martineau. 2 vols. 

New York, 1S37. 
Some account of the Life, ^A^^itings and Speeches of 
William Pinkney, by Henry VVheaton. 

New York, 1S26. 
Some account of the Trade in Slaves from Africa, by 
James Banuinel, Esq. [Author's autograph pres- 
entation inscription]. London, 1842. 
Some Historical Account of Guinea, with an inquiry 
into the Slave trade, by Anthony Benezet. 

Philadelphia, 1771. 
Some Historical Account of Guinea, with an inquiry of 
the Slave Trade, by Anthony Benezet. 

London, 1788. 

Some material to serve for a brief memoir of John Daly 

Burk, by Charles Campbell. Albany, 1S6S. 

Songs and Ballads of the American Revolution, by 

Frank Moore. New York, 1S56. 

Songs of History, by Hezekiah Butterworth. 

Boston, 1S87. 
South Carolina (The) Jockey Club, by J. B. Irving. 

Charleston, 1S57. 
South Carolina. Resources and population ; institutions 
and industries, published by the State Board of Agri- 
culture. Charleston, 1883. 
South Side (A) view of Slavery, or Three Months in the 
South in 1854, by Nehem [AH Adams, D.D. 

Boston, 1855. 
South (The) Since the War. Travels and observations in 
Georgia and the Carolinas, by Sidney Andrews. 

Boston, 1 866. 
South (The) Vindicated from the Treason and Fana- 
ticism of the Northern Abolitionists, by 

Williams. Philadelphia, 1836. 



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Southern Generals, who are they and what they have done, 

New York, 1865. 

Southern Historical Society Papers. Vols, i to 17., 
1876 to 1889. Richmond, 1876-1889. 

Southern (The) Poems of the War, collected by Miss 
Emily V. Mason. Baltimore, 1889. 

Southern (The) Quarterly Review, January 1842-January 
1855. Incomplete 15 vols. 

New Orleans and Charleston, 1 842-1 855. 

Southern (The) Redemption from Poverty to Prosper- 
ity, by Richard H. Edmonds. [Autograph copy 
from author]. Baltimore, 1890. 

Southern Review, Feb. 1828-Feb. 1832. Incomplete 
7 vols. Charleston, 1828-1832. 

Southern (The) Review. Jan. 1867-April 1876. Incom- 
plete 13 vols. 

Baltimore and St. Louis, 1 867-1 876. 

Southern (The) Side ; Andersonville Prison compiled from 
ofticial documents, by R. Randolph Stevenson, 
M. D. Baltimore, 1876. 

Southern (The) States, embracing papers from De Bow's 
Review upon Slavery. Washington, 1856. 

Southward Ho ! a Spell of Sunshine, by W. Gilmore 
SiMMS. Chicago and New York, 1888. 

Southward Ho ! Notes on a Tour to and through the state of 
Georgia, in the winter of 1885-86, by Timothy Har- 
LEY, F. R. A. S. Presented by James Swann. 

London, 1886. 

Speeches, on the public affairs of the last twenty years, by 
the Rt. Hon. John Bright, M.P. London, 1869. 

Speeches in Virginia House of Delegates on Slavery, 
1832. Richmond, 1832. 

Speech of William Pitt, for the abolition of the slave trade, 
House of Commons, 2nd April 1792., 

London, 1792. 

Statistical (A) Political and Historical Account of the 
United States of North America, by D. B. War- 
den. 3 vols. Edinburgh, 1819. 



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Statutes (The) at Large, of the Confederate States of Amer- 
ica. Richmond, 1862-63-64. 

St. Elmo. A novel, by Augusta Evans Wilson. 

New York, 1S8S. 

St. Louis' Isle, or Texiana, with observations in the 
United States and Canada, by Charles Hooton. 

London, 1847. 

Stock (The) Exchanges of London, Paris and New 
York. A comparison, by George Rutlege Gibson. 
(Autograph copy from author). New York, 1889. 

Story (The) of the American War, 1861-65, by Henry 
Stacke. London, 1866. 

Story (The) of Don Miff, as told by his friend, John Bouche 
Whacker. A symphony of life, by Virginius Dabney. 
Presented by Lucy R. Garden. Philadelphia, 1886. 

Story (The) of the Great March. From the diary of a staff 
officer of Sherman. Brevt. Maj. George Ward Nichols. 

New York, 1865. 

Story (The) of Louisiana, by Maurice Thompson. 

Boston. 1888. 

Story [The] of a Monument, with the Ceremonies of the 
unvailing of the Latham monument to the unknown 
Confederate dead, at Hopkinsville, Ky., May 19, 1887. 

New York, 1888. 

Sugar Slavery and Emancipation and The Dred Scott 
Case, London, 1854. New York, 1S57. 

Summer [A] Idyl, by Christian Reid. New York, 1889. 

Summary [A] View of the Rights of British America. 
Set forth in some resolutions intended for the inspect- 
ion of the present delegates of the people of Virginia, 
by Tribunus, a member of the House of Burgess, Lon- 
don. Reprinted from the Williamsburg edition, 1774. 

Surry of Eagle's Nest; or. the memoirs of a staff" officer 
serving in Virginia, by John Esten Cooke. 

New York, 1889. 

Teachings of Patriots and Statesmen or the " Found- 
ers of the Republic " on Slavery, by Ezra B. 
Chase, Esq. Philadelphia, 1S60. 



^S .V. K Southern Society. 

Texas, the rise, progress and prospects of the Republic of 
Texas, by William Kennedy, Esq. 2 Vols. 

London, 1841. 
Texas and the Gulf of Mexico, or Yachting in the New 
World, by Mrs. Houstoun. London, 1844. 

Texas, Scrap-Book, history, biography and miscellany, com- 
piled by D. W. C. Baker. New York, 1875. 
Texas and the Texans, or advance of the Anglo-Ameri- 
cans to the Southwest, by Henry Stuart Foote, 
2 Vols. Philadelphia, 1841. 
Theodicy (A), or Vindication of the Divine Glory, by 
Albert Taylor Bledsoe, LL.D. New York, 1856. 
Theory (The) and Practice of the Ophtholmoscope. 
A hand-book for students, by John Herbert Clair- 
horne, Jr., M.D. (Autograph copy from Author.) 

Detroit, 1888. 
Three Good Giants. From the French of Francois Rabe- 
lais, by John Dimitav, A.M. Boston, 1888. 
Three Months in the Southern States, April-June, 1863, 
by Lieut. Col. Fremantle, [Cold Stream Guards.] 

New York, 1864. 

Three Prize Essays on American Slavery, by Rev. R. 

B. Thurston, Rev. A. C. Baldwin, Rev. Timothy 

Williston. Boston, 1857. 

Three Years in North America, by James Stuart, Esq. 

2 Vols. New York, 1833. 

Thirty Years View of the History and W^orkings of 

the American Government, 1820-1850, by Thomas 

H. Benton. 2 Vols. New York, 1875. 

Tour f A) Around the World, by George E. Raum. 

New York, 1886. 
Tour (A) Through the Island of Jamaica in 1823, by 
Cynric R. Williams. London, 1827. 

Tracts on Slavery in the British West Indies. 

London, 1815- 1826, 
Tracts on Slavery, (4) and Anti Slavery Reports (2). 

1805-1831. 
Tracts on Slavery, 5 in number. London, 1 805-1 831. 



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Tracts and Papers on Carolina from 1666-1763. 

Loiulun, various dates. 

Tramp (A) Abroad, by Samuel L. Clemens, (Mark 
Twain). Presented by Lucy R. Garden. 

Hartford, 1880. 

Tramp (A) Trip. How to see Europe on fifty cents a day, 
by Lee Meriwether. Presented by Lucy R. Garden. 

New York, 1887. 

Trans-Allegheny Pioneers. Historical sketches of the 
first white settlers west of the AUeghenys, by John P. 
Hale. Cincinnati, 1S86. 

Travels in North America, including a summer with the 
Pawnee Indians, by the Hon. Charles Augustus 
Murray. 2 Vols. London, 1839. 

Travels in Trinidad, liy Pierre F. M' Caelum. 

Liverpool, 1805. 

Travels to the \Vestward of the Allegheny Mountains 
in 1802, by F. A. Michaux, M.D. London, 1805. 

Treatment (The) of Prisoners During the War Bet- 
ween the States, by J. \Villl\m Jones, D.D. 
(Southern Historical Society Papers). 

Richmond, 1876. 

True (The) Travels, Adventures and Observations of 
Captain John Smith. 2 Vols, in one. Reprint 
from London edition of 1629. Richmond, 1819. 

Twelve (The) Decisive Battles of the \A^ar. A history 
of the Eastern and Western campaigns, by William 
SwiNTON. New York, 1867. 

Tyranny Unmasked, by John Taylor, of Virginia. 

Washington, 1822. 

Uncle Remus. His Songs and his Sayings. The P'olk- 
Lore of the old Plantation, by Joel Chandler 
Harris. New York, 1890. 

Under the Pruning-Knife. A story of Southern life, by 
Mary Tucker Magill. Philadelphia, 1888. 

Underground (The) Mail Agent, by " Vini." 

Philadelphia, 1S53. 

Underground (The) Railroad. A record of facts authentic 



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narrative, etc., of the slaves in their effort for freedom, 
by William Still. Philadelphia, 1872. 

Uprising (The) of a Great People. The United States in 
1 86 1, by Count Agenor DeGasparin. 

New York, 1861. 
United States Census for 1820. Washington, 1821. 

United States Congressional Directory, 1884. 

Washington, 1884. 
United States Congressional Directory, fifty-first Con- 
gress. Presented by Hon. Thos. P. Ochiltree. 

Washington, 1890. 
United States. Foreign relations of the United States, 
1883. Washington, 1883. 

United States Message and Document, 1883-1884. 
Abridgement. Washington, 1884. 

United States Message and Documents. War Depart- 
ment. Vol. 2, Part II, 1 883- 1 884. 

Washington, 1883. 
United States Official Army Register, 1885. 

Washington, 1885. 
United States Official Navy Register, 1885. 

Washington, 1885. 
United States Official Postal Guide, 1885. Boston, 1885. 
Valerie Aylmer. A novel, by Christian Reid. 

New York, 1889. 
Vasconselos. A romance of the new world, by W. Gil- 
more SiMMS. Chicago and New York, 1888. 
Vashti; or, "Until Death us do Part." A novel, by 
Augusta Evans Wilson. New York, 1869. 
Victoire (La) Du Nord Aux Etats-Unis, par le Comte 
De Montalembert, Paris, 1865. 
Vindication (A) of Mr. Edmund Randolph's Resigna- 
tion, and Political Truth. Philadelphia, 1795-1796 
Virginia. A history of the people, by John Esten Cooke. 

Boston, 1889. 
Virginia (The) Campaign of General Pope in 1862. 
Papers read before the Massachusetts Historical So- 
ciety. Boston, 1886. 



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Virginia. A Geographical and Political Summary. Pre- 
pared by the Board of Emigration. Richmond, 1876. 

Virginia Historical Collection. Vol. Ill, New series. 
Dinwiddie Papers. Vol. I. 175 1-1755. 

Richmond, 1883. 

Virginia Illustrated, by David H. Strothrr. (Porte 
Crayon.) New York, 1871. 

Virginia Military Institute Regulations. 

Richmond, 1854. 

Virginia (The) "Peerage;" or, 
by RoBT. T. Craighill. 

Virginia State Papers. Vol. I. 



Virginia State Papers. Vol. II. 

Dec. 31, 1781. 
Virginia State Papers. Vol. III. 

Dec. 31. 17S4. 
Virginia State Papers. \'ol. IV. 

July 2, 1789. 
Virginia State Papers. Vol. V. 

Aug. 10, 1792. 
Virginia State Papers. Vol. VI. 

to Dec. 31, 1793. 
Virginia State Papers. Vol. VII. 

to May 16, 1795. 
Virginia of Virginia 



Sketches of Virginians, 
Richmond, 1880. 
1 652- 1 78 1. 

Richmond, 1875. 
PVom April i, 1781, to 
Richmond, 1881. 
From Jan. i, 1782, to 
Richmond, 1883. 
From Jan. r, 1785, to 
Richmond, 1884. 
From July 2, 1790 to 
Richmond, 1885. 
From Aug. 11, 1792 
Richmond, 1S86. 
From Jan. i, 1794 



Richmond, i888. 
A story, by Amelie Rives. 

New York, 1888. 
Visitor's Guide to the World Industrial and Cotton 
Centennial Exposition and New Orleans. 

Louisville, 1SS4. 

Voyages de la Louisiane, 1802- 1806. C. C. Robin. 

3 Vols. Paris, 1807. 

Walker's Expedition to Nicaragua, with a memoir and 

portrait, by Wm. \'. Wells. New York, 1856. 

War (The) in America, 1863-4, by Edward Pollard. 

London, 1865. 

War (The) in America. An historical and political account 

of the Southern and Northern States, showing the 



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origin and cause of the war, by CoL. Tap. P. ScHAF- 
FNER, LL.D. London, 1862. 

War Letters of a Disbanded Volunteer, embracing his 
experience as honest old Abe's bosom friend and un- 
official adviser. New York. 1864. 

War (The) of Independence, by John Fiske. Boston, 1890. 

War of the Rebellion. Official records of the Union and 
Confederate Armies. Series I. Vol. I. to XXIX. 
Presented by Chas. U. Williams, of Richmond, Va. 

Washington, 1880- 1890. 

War of the Rebellion. Official Records of the Union and 
Confederate Armies. Series I. Vol. 12. Part 2, 14, 15. 
16, 1-2, 17, 1-2, 18, 19, 1-2, 20, 1-2, 21, 22, 1-2, 23, 
1-2, together 17 Vols. Presented by Thomas P. Ochiltree. 

Washington. 

War Reminiscences, by the Surgeon of Mosby's Command, 
A MoNTKiRO. Richmond, 1890. 

W^ar Reminiscences and Stuart's Cavalry Campaigns, 
by John S. Mosby. New York, 1887. 

^Var Pictures from the South,byB.EsTVAN.NewYork,i863. 

"Washingtoniana (The), Containing a sketch of the life and 
death of Gen. George Washington. Lancaster, Pa., 1802. 

"Wearing of the Grey. Personal portraits, scenes and ad- 
ventures of the late war with dashing charges, toilsome 
marches, sacrifices and sufferings of the Boys in Grey, 
by John EsTEN Cooke. New York, 1887. 

West Indies (The) in 1837, by Joseph Sturge and Thom- 
as PIarvky. London, 1838. 

West India Tracts on Slavery. 12 in number, 1816-1825. 

"West Virginia. Its farms and forests, mines and oil-wells, 
by J. R. Dodge. Philadelphia, 1865. 

" Where Men Only Dare to Go ; " or, the story of a boy's 
company, (C. S. A.), by an ex-boy. Richmond, 1885. 

Where the Battle was Fought. A novel, by Charles 
E(;iu:rt Craddock (Mary N. Murfree). Presented 
by Lucy R. Garden. Boston, 1885. 

Why the Solid South ; or, reconstruction and its results, 
by ILlary a. Herbert. Baltimore, 1890. 



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Wigwam (The) and the Cabin, by W. Gilmore Simms. 

Chicago and New York, 1888. 

"Wilderness (The) Road. A description of the route o\ 
travel by the {)ioneers oi Kentucky, by Thomas Spi:i;i». 
(Filson Club series). Louisville, 1886. 

Wild Sport in the South; or, the camp-fires of the ever- 
glades, by Charles E. Whitehead. 

New \'ork, i860. 

W^itness (The) of the Sun, by Amki.ik Rives. 

Philadelphia, 1889. 

AA^orks (The) of John C. Calhoun. 6 Vols. 

New York, 1855. 

Women of the South Distinguished in Literature, by 
Mary Forest. New York, 1866. 

Woodcraft ; or, Hawks about the Dovecote. A stor)' of the 
South at the close of the Revolution, by W. Gilmore 
Simms. Chicago and New York, 1888. 

Wreck (The) of the Red Bird. A story of the Carolina 
coast, by (ir.oRGE Cary Egglf^ton. 

New York, 1889. 

"Writings of Hugh Swinton Legar6, late attorney-general 
of United States, with a memoir of his life, by Mar's 
S. Legarl. 2 Vols. Charleston, 1845-46. 

"Writings (The) of George "Washington. Collected and 
edited by Worthington Chauncey Ford, (copies 
No. 513 of 750). 7 Vols. New York, 1889-90. 

Yemassee (The). A romance of Carolina, by "W. Gilmore 
Simms. Chicago and New York, 1888. 

Young (The) Marooners of the Florida Coast, by F. R. 
GouLDiNG. New York, 1SS7. 



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Alphabetical Catalogue 



OF 



AUTHORS. 



Adams, F. C. Manuel Pereira, with views of southern laws, 
life, and hospitality. London, 1852. 

Adams, F. Colburn. Siege of Washington, written ex- 
pressly for litde people. New York. 1867. 

Adams, Henry. Life of John Randolph, of Roanoke. 

Boston, 18S9. 

Adams, John Quincy. The Lives of James Madison and 
James Monroe. Buffalo, 1S50. 

Adams, Nehemiah. A South Side view of Slavery, or Three 
Months at the South in 1854. Boston, 1855. 

Alfriend, Frank H. The Life of Jefferson Davis. 

Philadelphia, 1S68. 

Allen, Walter. Governor Chamberlain's administration in 
South Carolina. A chapter on the reconstruction 
in the Southern States. New York, 1885. 

Allen, William B. A History of Kentucky, embarcing glean- 
ings, reminisences, antiquities, statistics and biographi- 
cal sketches. Louisville, 1872. 

Anderson. Archer. Robert Edward Lee. An address on 
the dedication of the Lee Monument, Richmond, 
May 29, 1890. Richmond, 1890. 

Andrews, Prof, E. A. Slavery and the Domestic Slave 
Trade ia the United States. Boston, 1836. 



6S N. Y. Southern Society 

Andrews, Sidney. The South since the War. Travel and 
observation in Georgia and the Carohnas. 

Boston, 1866. 

Armstrong, George D., D.D. The Christian Doctrine oi 
Slavery. New York, 1857. 

Arnold, Isaac N. The Life of Abraham Lincoln, 

Chicago, 1887. 

Aughey, Rev. John H. The Iron Furnace, or Slavery and 
Secession. Philadelphia, 1863. 

Baker, U. VV. C. Texas Scrap Book. History, Biography 
and Miscellany. New York, 1875. 

Baker, L. C. History of the United States Secret Service. 

Philadelphia, 1867. 

Baldwin, Jo. G. Sketches of Party Leaders, Jefferson, 
Hamilton, Clay, Jackson and Randolph. 

New York, 1855. 

Bancroft, Aaron, A.A.S. Life of George Washington. 

London, 1808. 

Bandinel, James, Esq. Some account of the trade in slaves 
from Africa. Author's autograph presentation inscrip- 
tion. London, 1842. 

Barclay, Alexander. A practical view of the present state 
of Slavery in the West Indies. London, 1828. 

Barney, Mary. Biographical memoir of Commodore Joshua 
Barney. Boston, 1832. 

Bartley, James Avis. Lays of Ancient Virginia and other 
Poems. ' Richmond, 1855. 

Bartlett, John Russell. Catalogue of books and pamphlets 
relative to the Civil War in the United States. 

Boston, 1866. 

Beard, James Melville. K. K. K. sketches, Treating the more 
important events of the Ku-Klux-Klan movements in 
the South. Philadelphia, 1877. 

Belisario, I. M. Sketches of Character, illustrating the 
habits, ocupation, and costumes of the Jamaica Negroes. 

Kingston, Jamaica, 1837. 

Benezet, Anthony. Some historical account of Guinea, 
with an inquiry into the Slave Trade, Philadelphia, 177 1 . 



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Bcnezet, Anthony. Some historical account of Guinea, with 
an inquiry of the slave trade. London, 17S8. 

Benjamin, Hon. J. P., (of La.), Speech of in the U. S. Sen- 
ate, March 11, 1858. Slavery protected by the common 
law of the new world, guaranteed by the Constitution and 
vindicated by the Supreme Court. Washington, 1S58. 

Bennett, William W. D.D. Memorials of Methodism in 
Virginia from its introduction in the State in 1772 to 
1829. 2d edition. Richmond, 1871. 

Benton, Thomas H. Thirty years' view of the history and 
workings of the American Government, 1820-1.S50. 
2 vols. New York, 1875. 

Berney, Saftbld. Hand book of Alabama. A complete in- 
dex of the state. Mobile, 1878. 

Bertron, Mrs. Ottilie. Edith, a novel. Autograph copy 

from author. Philadelphia, 1887. 

Review of Col. R. G. IngersoU's attacks upon Chris- 
tianity. Autograph copy from author. 

Philadelphia, 1889. 

Birkbeck, Morris. Letters from Illinois. London, 1818. 

Noies ot a journey from the coast ol Virginia to the 

territory of Illinois. London, 1818. 

Blackburn, Luke P., (Governor of Kentucky,) Message ot 

Nov. 1 88 1. Frankfort, 1881. 

Blackwell, James De Ruyter. Poetical works of, in 3 vols. 

Vols I-II. (Autograph copy from author.) 

New York, 1S79. 
Blair, James, M. A. Our Savior's Divine Sermon on the 

Mount. 4 vols. London, 1740. 

Bland, Richard. An inquiry into the rights of the British 

Colonies. Reprinted from the Williamsburg edition. 

London, 1769. 
Bledsoe, Albert Taylor, LL.D. An Essay on Liberty and 

Slavery. Philadelphia, 1856. 

A Theodicy, or vindication of the Divine Glory. 

New York, 1856. 

Is Davis a traitor, or was secession a constitutional 

right previous to the war ofi86r. I-altiniore, 1S66, 



yo N. Y. Southern Society 

Boit, Robert Apthorp. Eustis, a novel. Presented by A. S. 
Walker. Boston, 1884. 

Botts, John Minor, (of Virginia). The great Rebellion, its 
secret history, rise, progress, and disastrous failure. 

New York, 1866. 

Bouldin, Powhatan. The old Trunk, or sketches of colonial 
days. Richmond, 1888. 

Home reminiscences of John Randolph of Roanoke. 

Richmond, 1878. 

Boykin, Edward M. The Falling Flag. Evacuation of 
Richmond, retreat and surrender at Appomattax. 

New York, 1S74. 

Bozman, John Leeds. The history of Maryland from the 
first settlement in 1633 to the restoration in 1660. 
2 vols. Baltimore, 1873. 

Brackenridge, H. M. History of the late war between 
the United States and Great Britain, with an account 
of the military and naval operations. 

Philadelphia, 1839. 

Braman, D. E. E. Information about Texas, carefully pre- 
pared. Philadelphia, 1857. 

Bremer, Fredrica. The Homes of the New World. Impres- 
sions of America. 2 vols. New York, 1853. 

Brent, Linda. The Deeper Wrong, or incidents in the life 
of a slave girl. London, 1862. 

Brewer, W. Alabama, her History, Resources, war record 
and public men, fromi540 to 1872. Montgomery. 1872. 

Bright, The Rt. Hon. John, M. P. Speeches on the public 
affairs of the last twenty years. London, 1869. 

Brown, John Mason. The political beginnings of Kentucky. 
A njirrative of public events up to the time of its ad- 
mission to the American Union. [Filson Club series]. 

Louisville, 1889. 

Bruce, Phillip A. The plantation Negro as a Freeman. 

New York, 1889. 

Browne, William Hand, Maryland. The history of a Palati- 
nate. Boston, 1888. 

Brownlow, Wm. G. Sketches of the rise, progress and de- 



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cline of Secession, with a narrative of personal advent- 
ures among the Rebels. Philadelphia, 1862. 

Buchanan, James. His administration on the eve ol 

the Rebellion. New York, 1866. 

Burdett, Charles. Margarett Moncrieffe, the first love of 
Aaron Burr. A romance of the Revolution. 

New York, 1S60. 

Burk, John. The History of Virginia. 4 vols. 

Petersburg, 1 804-1 8 16. 

Burke, William. The mineral springs of western Virginia, 
with remarks on their use. New York, 1842. 

Burton, H. W. The history of Norfolk, Va. Norfolk, 1877. 

Butter\vorth, Hezekiah. Songs of history. Boston, 1887. 

Byrd, William. The history of the dividing line between 
Virginia and North Carolina as run in 1728-29. 2 vols. 

Richmond, 1866. 

Cable, George W. The Grandissimes, a story of Creole 
life. New York, 1888. 

Old Creole Days. New York, 1888. 

Cairnes, J. E. M.A. The Slave Power, its character, career, 

and probable designs, being an attempt to e.xplain the 

real issue involved in the American contest. 

London, 1862. 
Caldwell, Charles. Memoirs of the life and campaigns of 

Nathaniel Green. Philadelphia, 18 19. 

Campbell, Charles. Some material to serve for a brief 

memoir of John Daly Burk. Albany, 1868. 

Introduction to the History of the Colony and ancient 

dominion of Virginia. Author's autograph presentat- 
ion inscription. Richmond, 1847. 

The Orderly Book of that portion of the American 

army stationed at or near Williamsburg, Va., under 
the command of Gen. Andrew Lewis, March 18, 
1776 to Aug. 28, 1776. Privately printed. 

Richmond, 1S60. 

Campbell, John. Negro-mania, being an examination ol 

the falsely assumed equalities of the various races of 

men. Philadelphia, 1851. 



j2 N. V. So7ithern Society 

Campbell, J. L. LL. D. Geology of the James River Valley, 
Virginia, New York, 1882. 

Carey, H. C. The Slave Trade, domestic and foreign, why it 
exists and how it may be extinguished. 

Philadelphia, 1859. 
Carpenter, W. H. History of Tennessee from its earliest 
settlement to the present time. Philadelphia, 1868. 

Carr, Lucien. Missouri. A bone of contention. 

Boston, 1888. 

The Mounds of the Mississippi Valley historically 

considered. N.D. 

Carr, Lucien and Shaler, N. S. On the prehistoric remains 
of Kentucky, with several plates. N.D. 

Catesby, Mark F. R. S. The Natural History of Carolina, 
Florida and the Bahamas Islands, with colored illustra- 
tions of birds, beasts, fishes, serpents, insects and 
plants. 2 vols. London, 177 1. 

Chase, Ezra B., Esq. Teachings of patriots and statesmen, 
or the " Founders of the Repubhc" on Slavery. 

Philadelphia, i860. 

Chesney, Capt. C. C, R. E. A military view of recent 
Campaigns in Virginia and Maryland. London, 1863. 

Chittenden, L. E. A report of the debates and proceed- 
ings in the secret sessions of the Confederate conven- 
tion, 1 86 1. New York, 1864. 

Clack, Mrs. Louise, (of Louisiana). Our Refugee Household. 

New York, 1866. 

Claiborne, J. F. H. Life and correspondence of John A. 
Quitman. 2 vols. New York. i860. 

Mississippi as a Province, Territory and State, with 

biographical notes of eminent citizens. Vol. i. 

Jackson, Miss., 1880. 

Claiborne, J. H. Jr. ,M.D. Theory and practice of the Ophthal- 
moscope. A handbook for student. (Autograph copy 
from author.) Detroit, 1888. 

Clarke, Richard H. Lives of the deceased Bishops of the 
Catholic church in the United States. Autograph 
copy to Capt. Garden. 3 vols. New York, 1888. 



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Clarkson, Thomas, M.A. The history ot the rise, progress 
and accompHshment of the abolition of the African 
slave trade by the British Parliament. 2 vols. 

London, 1808. 

Clemens, Samuel L. (Mark Twain). A Tramp Abroad pre- 
sented by Lucy R. Garden. Hartford, 1880. 

Life on the Mississippi. Boston, 1883. 

Roughing It, presented by Lucy R. Garden, 

Hartford, 1872. 

Sketches, presented by Lucy R. Garden. 

New York, 1880. 

The Innocents Abroad, or the new Pilgrims' Progress. 

Presented by Lucy R. Garden. 

Hartford, 1S75. 

Cleveland, Henry. Alexander H. Stephens in public and 

private, with letters and speeches before, during and 

since the War. Pliiladelphia, 1S66. 

Coale, Charles B. Life and adventures of Wilburn Waters 

hunter and trapper in Southwest Virginia. 

Richmond, 1878- 
Cobb, Thomas R. R. An Historical Sketch of Slavery from 
the earliest periods. Philadelphia, 1858. 

Cobbett, William, M.P. Life of Andrew Jackson. 

London, 1834. 
Cochin, Augustin. The Results of Emancipation, translated 
by Mary Booth. Boston, 1S63. 

Coffin, Levi. Reminiscences of an Abolitionist. 

London, N.D. 
Cohen, M. M. Notices of Florida and the Campaigns. 

Charleston, 1S36. 
Collins, Lewis. Historical sketches of Kentucky, with anec- 
dotes of pioneer life. Cincinnati, 1848. 
Combe, George. Notes on the United States during a Phre- 
nological visit, 1838, '39 and '40. 2 vols. 

Philadelphia, 1S41. 

Conklin, Margaret C. Memoirs of the mother and wife of 

Washington. New York. 1S58. 

Conway, Moncure D. Admitted chapters of hislorv. disclosed 



p7^ N. Y. Sotithef'iL Society 

in the life and papers of Edmund Randolph. 

New York, 1888. 

Cooke, John Esten. Canollcs, the fortunes of a Partisan of 

'81. Toronto, 1867. 

Hammer and Rapier. New York, 1871. 

Henry St. John, Gentlemen. A tale of 1774 and '75. 

New York, 1S59. 

Hilt to Hilt, or days and nights on the banks 

of the Shenandoah in the autumn of 1864. 

New York, 1869. 

The Last of the Foresters. A story of the Old 

Virginia frontier. New York, 1856. 

Mohun, a novel. New York, 1889. 

Out of the Foam, a novel. New York, 187 1. 

Pretty Mrs. Gaston, and other stories. 

New York, 1874. 

Surry of Eagle's Nest, or the memoirs of a staff officer 

serving in Virginia. New York, 1889. 

Virginia, a history of the people. Boston, 1889. 

Wearing of the Grey. Personal portraits, scenes and 

adventures of the late war, with dashing charges, toil- 
some marches, sacrifices and sufferings of the Boys in 
Grey. New York, 1887. 

Craddock, Charles Egbert, (Mary N. Murfree), In the 
Clouds, a novel, presented by Lucy R. Garden. 

Boston, 1887. 

The Despot of Broomsedge Cove. Boston, li 



Where the Battle was Fought, a novel, presented by 

Lucy R. Garden. Boston, 1885. 

Craighill, Robert T. The Virginia "Peerage," or sketches 
of Virginians. Richmond, 1880. 

Craven, John J., M. D. Prison life of Jefferson Davis. 

New York, 1866. 

Dabney, R. L.. D.D. Life of Thomas J. Jackson, (Stone- 
wall). 2 vols. London, 1864. 

Dabney, Virginius. Gold that did not Glitter, a novel, pre- 
.sentedby Lucy R. Garden. Philadelphia, 1889. 

The story of Don Miff, as told by his friend, John Bouche 



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Whacker. A symphony of Hie, i)rcsentcd by Lucy R. 
Garden. Philadelphia, 1886. 

Dandridge, Danske. Joy, and other ptjems. 

New York, 18S8. 
Daniel, J. M., (a Virginian. ,1 Life of T. J. (Stonewall) Jack- 
son. New York, 1866. 
Daniels, Frederick S. The Richmond E.xaminer during 
the war, or the writings of John ^L Daniels, including 
a copy of the Latch Key, by Bagby. 

New York, 1S6S. 
Darby, John F. Personal recollections of. 

St. Louis, 1880. 
Darby, William. A geographical description of the state of 
Louisiana. Philadelphia, 18 16. 

Darnell, Elias. A journal of the hardships, sufTerings, bat- 
tles, defeat and captivity of those heroic Kentucky 
volunteers and regulars commanded by Gen. Win- 
chester ; 1 8 1 2 and ' 1 3. Philadelphia, 1 854. 
Davies, Ebenezer. American scenes and Christian slavery. 

London, 1849. 
Davis, Jefferson. The rise and {aW of the Confederate Gov- 
ernment. 2 vols. New York, 1S81. 

A short history of the Confederate States of America. 

New York, 1890. 

Davis, Thomas J. A sketch of the life and character of 

Thomas Jefferson. Philadelphia, 1S76. 

Davis, V. Jefferson. Jefferson Davis ; a memoir by his wife. 

New York, 1S90. 

Davis, Walter Bickford and Durrie Daniel S., A.M. History 

of Missouri. St. Louis, 1876. 

Davidson, James Wood. The Living Writers of the South. 

New York, 1869. 

Davidson, Robert, D.D. History of the Presbyterian 

Church in Kentucky. New York, 1S47. 

Dawson, Moses. A historical narrative of the civil and 

military services of William H. Harrison. 

Cincinnati. 1S24. 
DeBonstetten, Ch-Victor. The man of the North and the 



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man of the South ; or, the influence of climate. 

New York, 1864. 
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from B. C. 70 to George Washington, First President 
of United States. New York, 1879. 

Wells, Wm. V. Walker's E.xpcdition to Nicaragui ; with 
a memoir and portrait. New York, 1856. 

^A^illiams, CynricR. A Tour through the Island of Jamaica 
in 1823. London, 1827. 

Williams, John S. History of the Invasion anil Capture ol 
Washington, and the events which proceeded and fol- 
lowed. New York, 1857. 

Williams, . The South \'indicated from the Tnason 

and Fanaticism of the Northern Abolitionists. 

Philadrlphia, i8;/>. 



Io6 N. Y. Southern Society 

Williamson, Hugh, M.D., LL.D. The History of North 
Carolina. 2 vols. Philadelphia. 1812. 

"Wilson, Adelaide. Historical and Picturesque Savannah. 

Boston, 1889. 

^A(^ilson, Augusta Evans. At the Mercy of Tiberius. A 
novel. New York. 1887. 

Beulah. A novel. New York, 1888. 

Infelice. A novel. New York, 1889. 

Inez. A tale of the Alamo. New York, 1888. 

Macaria. A novel. New York, 1888. 

St. Elmo. A novel. New York, 1888. 

Vashti ; or, ' ' Until death us do part. ' ' A novel. 

New York, 1869. 
Wilson, Henry. History of the Rise and Fall of the Slave 

Power in America. 3 vols. Boston, 1875-76-77. 

Wirt, William, Esq. The Letters of the British Spy. 

New York, 1856. 
Wise, Henry A. Seven Decades of the Union ; a memoir 

of John Tyler. Philadelphia, 1881. 

Wheaton, Henry. Some account of the Life Writings and 

Speeches of William Pinkney. New York, 1826. 

Wheeler, John H. Historical Sketches of North Carolina 

from 1584 to 1851. Philadelphia, 1851. 

White, George., M. A. Historical Collections of Georgia. 

New York, 1855.. 
Whitefield, George., A. B. A Journal of a voyage from 

London to Savannah in Georgia. London, 1739, 

Continuation of the Rev. Mr. Whitefield" s journal. 

2d Edition. London, 1740. 

A further account of God's Dealings. 

London, 1747. 
^A^hitehead, Charles E. Wild Sport in the South, or the 

Camp Fires of the Everglades. New York. i860. 

^Vhitemore, William H. The Cavalier Dismounted ; an 

Essay on the origin of the founders of the Thirteen 

Colonies. Salem, Mass., 1864. 

Whitsitt, William H. Life and Times of Judge Caleb 

Wallace ; Some time a Justice of the Court of Appeals 



''Garden Library!' joj 

ol the State of Kentucky. ( Filson Club Series) 

Louisville, iSSs. 
Woodberry, George. E. Life of Edj^ar Allen Poe. 

Boston, 1888. 
\A^ynne, Mr. A general history ol" the Hritish Empire in 
America. 2 vols. London, 1770. 

Yates, John Ashton. Colonial Slavery ; Letters to the Riijht 
Hon. William Hisknson, on Slavery in the British Col- 
onies. Liverpool, 1824. 



CLASSIF^IED 
LIST. 



CLASSIFIED LIST. 



ALABAMA. 

Berney's, Hand book of. 
Brewer's, Alabama. 
Garrett's, Public men in. 
Meek's, Romantic Passages. 
Pickett's, History of. 2 vols. 

ARKANSAS. 

Branner's Geolog}- of Arkansas. 3 \«)ls. 

BIOGRAPHY. 

Adam's, Lives of Madison and Munroc. 

John Randolph of Roanoke. 

Alfriend's, Life of Jefferson Davis. 

Anderson's, Address on Robt. E. Lee. 

Arnold's, Life of Abraham Lincoln. 

Audubon's, Life of John James Audubon. 

Baldwin's, Sketches of Party Leaders. 

Baker's, Texas Scrap Book. 

Bancroft's, Life of Washington. 

Barney's, Life of Commodore Harney. 

Biographical, Encyclo])aedia of K)-. 

Bouldin's, Remini-scences of John Randolph. 

Caldwell's, Life of Nathaniel Greene. 

Campbell's, Memoir of John Daly l^uik. 

Clarke's, Lives Deceased Bishops, Caih<<lic Church. ;, vols 

Coale's, Life of VVilburn Waters. 



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^lOOKATUY—Confimied. 

Claiborne's, Life of John A. Quitman. 2 vols. 

Conway's, Life of Edmund Randolph. 

Cobbett's, Life of Andrew Jackson. 

Conklin's, Memoirs of the Mother and Wife of Washington. 

Craven's, Prison Life of Jefferson Davis. 

Craighill's, Virginia Peerage, vol. i. 

Dabney's, Life of Thomas J. Jackson. 2 vols. 

Daniel's, Life of T. J. Jackson. 

Memoir of John M. Daniels. 

Davidson's, Living Writers of the South. 
Davis's Life of Thomas Jefferson. 
Davis's, Memoir of Jefferson Davis. 
Dawson's, Life of William H.Harrison. 
Douglas's, Narrative of a Slave. 
Dorsey's, Life of Henry W. Allen. 
Eaton's, Life of Andrew Jackson. 
Edward's, Sir Walter Ralegh. 2 vols. 
Eulogies on V\, ashington. 
Flint's, Life of Daniel Boone. 
Foot's, Bench and Bar Southwest. 
Forest's, Women of the South. 
Ford's, Writings of Washington. 7 vols. 
Foster's, Life of Andrew Johnson. 
Frost's, Life of Andrew Jackson. 
Fry's, Life of Zachary Taylor. 
Garland's, Life of John Randolph. 
Garrett's, Public Men in Alabama. 
Gay's, Life of James Madison. 
Gilman's, Life of James Munroe. 
Goodwin's, Life of Andrew Jackson. 
Grigsby's, Life of Gov. Tazewell. 
Greene's, Life of Nathaniel Greene. 3 vols. 
Harris's, Life of Henry W. Grady. 

Memorial of James Oglethorpe. 

Horry and ^A^eem's, Life of Francis Marion. 
Headly's, Life of Winfield Scott. 
Ireland's, Life of Andrew Jackson. 



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BIOGRAPHY — G;;^/'/V^«t'</. 

Irving's, Life of Washinn^ton. 5 vols. 
Jenkin's, Life of James K. Polk. 

Life of John C. Calhoun. 

Johnson's, Life of Nathaniel Greene. 2 vols. 
Johnston's, Life of Albert Sidney Johnston. 
Jones's, Reminiscences of Robt. E. Lee. 
Kennedy's, Life of William Wirt. 2 vols. 
King's, Life of Grover Cleveland. 
Kirkland's, Memoirs of Washington. 
Lee's, Life of Arthur Lee. 2 vols. 

Legare's, Life and writings of Hugh S. Legare. 2 vols. 
Letters of John Randolph of Roanoke. 

and writings of James Madison. 4 vols. 

Life of Jeft'erson Davis, by men of his times. 

of Jacob Barker. 

of Sam Houston. 

of David Crockett. 

Linn's, Life of Lewis F. Linn. 

Life of Thomas Jefferson. 

Long's, Memoir of Robert E. Lee. 
Lynch's, Bench and Bar of Mississippi. 
McClellan's, Life of J, E. B. Stuart. 
McCabe's, Life of Robert E. Lee. 
M'Kenney's, Memoirs. 
Magruder's, Life of John Marshall. 

Mallory's, Life and Speeches of Henry Clay. 2 vols. 
Mansfield's Life of Winfield Scott. 
Marshall's, Life of Washington. 5 vols. 
Mason's, Popular Life of R. E. Lee. 
Memoirs of Andrew Jackson. 

of Major Robert Stobo. 

of Charles Lee. 

Miller's Bench and Bar of Georgia. 2 vols. 
Minnigerode's, Address on Jefferson Davis. 
Morse's, Life of Thomas Jefferson. 
Nolte's Fifty Years. 
Obsequies of Henry Clay in N. Y. 



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BIOGRAPHY— G7;?//V/?^^^ 

Obsequies of Henry Clay in U. S. S. 

of Zachary Taylor in N. Y. 

Parton's, Life of Andrew Jackson. 3 vols. 
Pinkney's Life of William Pinkney. 
Pollards' s Davis and the Secret History. 

Lee and his Lieutenants, 

Prentiss's, Life of S. S. Prentiss. 
Randall's, Life of Thomas Jefferson. 3 vols. 
Randolph's, Life Thomas Jefferson. 
Randolph's, Memoirs of Thomas Jefferson. 4 vols. 
Raynor's, Life of Thomas Jefferson. 
Roosevelt's, Life of Thomas H. Benton. 

Rough and Ready Souvenir. 

Safford's, Blennerhassett. 

Schroeder's, Life of Washington. 2 vols. 

Schurz's Life of Henry Clay. 2 vols. 

Scott, Winfield, Maj. Gen., Memoir of 2 vols. 

Seymour's, Memorial. 

Simm's, Life of Capt. John Smith. 

Life of Nathaniel Greene. 

Slaughter's, Memoir of Joshua Fry. 

Smith, Capt. John's True Travels, and Life oi 

Southern Generals. 

Spark's, American Biography, ist series. 10 vols. 

American Biography. 2d series. 15 vols. 

Sumner's, Andrew Jackson. 

Taylor's, Lives of Va. Baptist Ministers. 
Tucker's, Life of Thomas Jefferson. 2 vols. 
Tyler's, Life of Patrick Henry. 

Life of Sir Walter Raleigh. 

Life of Roger B. Taney. 

Verdery's, Memorial of Grady. 

Von Hoist's, Life of John. C. Calhoun. 
Waldo's, Life of Andrew Jackson. 
Walker's, Memorial of Virginia Military Institute. 
\A^alker's, Life of Andrew Jackson. 
Warner's, Autobiography of Chas. Caldwell. 



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BIOGRAPHY -G;;///;/;.^rt'. 

Washingtonia. 

Wheaton's, Life of Win. Pincknev. 
^A/'hitsitt's, Life of Caleb Wallace. 
Woodberry's, Life of Edgar A. Poe. 

BIBLIOGRAPHICAL : 

Bartlett's Literature of the Rebellion. 

Bibliotheca Americana. 

Catalogue Library Union League Club. 

COLONIES : 

An Impartial Enquiry, 1741. 

Authentic Papers from America. 

Bland's Rights of Briti>h Colonies. 

Bouldin's Old Trunk. 

Campbell's Virginia. 

Gatford's X'irginia, 1657. 

History of Colonies of S. Carolina and Georgia. 

History of Virginia, 1722. 

Jefferson's Virginia. 

Jeffery's Atlas, 1775. 

Nova Britania. 

Riche's News from X'irginia, 16 10. 

Rights of British America. 

Robinson's Early \'oyagcs. 

Travels of Capt. John Smith. 

Whitmore's Cavalier Dismounted. 

Wynne's British Empire in America. 2 N'ols. 

CONFEDERATEANA : 

C. S. A. Tariff Act. 

DeFontaine's Marginalia. 

Geographical Reader for Dixie Children. 

Hardee's Infjntry Tactics. 

Journal of North Carolina Convention of 01. 

Register of North Carolina Troops, •6i-'64. 

Statutes at Large of the Confederate States. 
DELAWARE : 
Caesar Rodney, by Thomas F. Bayard. 



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J^'EL.AVsr A'R'K—Coyitmued. 

Ferris, Original Settlements on the. 
Montgomery's Wilmington. 

FLORIDA : 

Catesby's Natural History. 2 Vols. 

Cohen's Notices of and the Campaigns in. 

DeCardena's Historia General. 

Fairbank's Si. Augustine, 

French's Historical Collection. 2d series. 

Gidding's Exiles of. 

Irving' s DeSoto Conquest. 2 Vols. 

Rattenbury's Cession of. 

Schipp's Hernando DeSoto. 

Voyage to the Spanish Main. 

GAZETTEERS, GUIDES, ETC. : 

American Atlas, 1775. 

American Gazetteer, 1798. 

Atlas of War in Florida and Louisiana. 

Congressional Director^'-, 1885. 

1889. 

1890. 
Gazetteer of Va. and Dist. of Columbia, 1836. 
Guide to Mammoth Cave. 

Guide to World's Fair and New Orleans, 1885. 
Map of Louisiana, 1788. 
Map of Carolina, 1765. 
Map of Louisiana, 1752. 
Map of France in America, 1720. 
Map of Southern States, i86i. 
Map of North America, 1811. 
Map of Novia Scotia, 1811. 
Map of Canada, 1811. 
Map of United States, 1811. 
Map of America, 181 1. 
Map of a Part of the United States, 1806. 
Map of Part of United States, 1811. 
Map of North Half of South America, 1811. 



' ' Gardeyi Library. ' ' 
GAZETTEERS, ETC. — Gv///>/W. 

Map of South Half of South America, 1811, 
Map of West Indies, 1S03. 
Map of Part of United States, iSi i . 
Map of Virginia and Maryland, 1755. 
Register Confederate Dead in Hollywood. 

GENEALOGICAL : 

De Saussure Family. 

Gibbes Family, 

Lee Family. 

Marshall Family. 

Old Churches and Families of Va. 

Virginia Early Settlers. 

Washington Family. 

GEORGIA: 

An Impartial Inquiry. 

Harris's Oglethorpe. 

Historical Society's Collection. Vol. II. 

Jones's Addresses. 

Chatham Artillery. 

Dead Towns of. 

Education in. 

History of. 2 Vols. 

Kemble's Georgia Plantation. 
Miller's Bench and Bar. 2 Vols. 
Minutes of Union Society. 
Richard's Georgia Illustrated. 
Steven's History of. 2 Vols. 
White's Historical Collections ol. 
Whitfield's God's Dealine^s, 

Journey. 

Journey Continued. 

HISTORY : 

Bozman's Maryland. 2 Vols. 
Brewer's Alabama. 
Browne's Maryland. 
Burk's Virginia. 4 Vols. 



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H ISTO RY— Continued. 
Campbell's Virginia. 
Carpenter's Tennessee. 
Carr's Missouri. 
Collin's Kentucky. 
Davis's Confederate States. 
Davis and Durrie's Missouri. 
DeCardenia's Florida. 
DuPratz's Louisiana. 
Foot's North Carolina. 
Foote's Texas. 
Gayarre's Louisiana. 
Hav^k's North Carolina. 
Hewett's South Carolina. 
Holmes' American. 
Hooton's Texas. 
Hov/es' Virginia. 
Imlay's Kentucky. 2 Vols. 
Jefferson's Virginia. 
Jones' Georgia, 2 Vols. 
Kennedy's Texas. 2 Vols. 
McSherry's Maryland. 
Marbois' Louisiana. 
Mayer's Mexico. 2 Vols. 
Moore's North Carolina. 
Noll's Mexico. 
Pickett's Alabama. 2 Vols. 
Ramsay's United States. 3 Vols. 

South Carolina. 2 Vols. 

Ramsay and Smith's United States. 3 Vols 

Ramsey's Tennessee. 

Sabine's Notes on Duelling. 

Shaler's Kentucky. 

Simm's South Carolina. 

Spencer's North Carolina. 

South Carolina Colonial. 2 Vols. 

Steven's Georgia. 2 Vols. 

Thompson's Louisiana. 



" Garden Library y / /q 

H I STO R Y— Contimied. 

Warden's United States. 3 vols. 
"Wheeler's North Carolina. 
"Williamson's North Carolina. 2 Vols. 
W ynne's British Empire in America. 2 Vols. 

KENTUCKY : 

Allen's History of. 

Biographical Encyclopedia of. 

Blackman's (Governor) Message. 

Brown's Political Beginnings. 

Carr and Shaler's Prehistoric Remains. 

Collin's Kentucky. 

Darnell's Journal. 

Davidson, Presbyterian Church in. 

Drake's Pioneer Life in. 

Dorrett's St. Paul's Church, Louisville. 

Elliot's Debates. Vol. 4. 

Filson's Historie De Kentucke. 

Imlay's Kentucky. 2 \'ols. 

Knott's (Governor) Message. 

McCreary's (Governor) Message. 

Martin's Mammoth Cave Guide. 

Michaux's Travels. 

Papers on. 

Perrin's Pioneer Press of. 

Shaler's Kentucky. 

Spalding's Early Catholic Mission in. 

Story of a Monument. 

Thompson's First Brigade. 

LITERATURE : 

Bremer's Impression of America. 2 Vols. 
Clemen's Sketches. 
DeVere's Book of Nature. 
Garden's Anecdotes. 
Gildersleeve's Essays and Studies. 
Griswold's Prose Writers of America. 
Hamilton, Men and Manners. 2 \'ols. 



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lAT^KATH'KE— Continued. 

Harrison's A Group of Poets. 
Holcombe, Literature in Letters. 
Lanier's Science of English Verse. 
Martineau's Society in America. 2 Vols, 
Nott and Gliddon's Indigenous Races. 
Preston's Cartoons. 

Handful of Monographs. 

Taylor's Essays. 

Trollope's Domestic Manners of Americans. 2 Vols. 
^A/hitnno^e, Cavalier Dismounted. 

LOUISIANA: 

Address on Cession of to the French. 

Barker, Jacob, Life of. 
Carte de Louisiane, 1752. 
Clack's Refugee Household. 
Darby's Louisiana. 
Dumont's Memoirs Louisiane. 
DuPratz, History of. 
French's Historical Collection. 

Historical Collection. 2d Series. 

Gayarre's As a French Colony. 

Colonial History. 

Romance of. 

Guide to World's Fair and New Orleans. 

Hennepin's Description of. 

Latour's Atlas of War in. 

Map of 1788. 

Marbois' Louisiana. 

Nolte's Fifty Years. 

Norman's New Orleans and Environs. 

Robin's Voyages to. 3 Vols. 

Southwood's " Beauty and Booty." 

Stoddard's Sketches of. 

Thompson's Louisiana. 

MARYLAND : 

Archieves of, 1637-1664. 



" Garden Library." /_?/ 

MARYLAND— r^;///////.-^. 

Bozman's History of, 2 Vols. 

Browne's Maryland. 

Elliot's Debates. Vol. II. 

Hawk's Ecclesiastical History of. 

McSherry's Maryland. 

Map of Virginia and Maryland, 1755. 

Neill's Founders of. 

Purviance's Baltimore During the Revolution. 

Ridgely's Annals of Annapolis. 

MEDICINE : 

Claiborne on the Optholmascope. 
Gedding's Surgery. 

Jones' Medical and Surgical Memoirs. 4 \'ols. 
Porcher's Materia Medica. 

MEXICO : 

Emory's Boundary Survey. 3 \'^ols. 
Latrobe, The Rambler in. 
Mayer's Mexico. 2 Vols. 
Noll's A Short History of. 
Puente, Reflexions Sobre. 
Thompson's, Recollections. 

MISCELLANEOUS: 

Ceremonies Washington Monument. 

Echo of Seneca. 

Guion's Comet. 

Miscellanies, 2 Vols. 

Report of N. Y. Railroad Commission, 2 \'ois. 

Stock Exchanges of London, Paris and New York. 

Sunbeams, 

MISSISSIPPI : 

Claiborne's Mississippi. Vol. i. 
Lynch' s Bench and Bar of 
My Cave Life in Vicksburg, 

MISSOURI : 

Carr's Missouri. 



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MISSOURI— G?;^//;/?/^^. 
Davis and Durrie's History of. 
Darby's Recollections. 

NORTH CAROLINA : 

Byrd's Dividing Line. 2 Vols. 
Catesby's Natural History of. 2 Vols. 
Elliot's Debates. Vol. 4. 
Fanning' s Narrative. 
Fisher's River Scenes. 
Foote's Sketches of. 
Hawk's History of 2 Vols. 
Journal of Convention of 1861. 
Moore's History of 2 Vols. 
Reprinted Tracts on, 1600 to 1760. 
Schenck's North Carolina. 
Spencer's First Steps, 

Last Ninety Days of the War in. 

Vas-s's New Bern and Presbyterian Church. 
Wheeler's North Carolina. 
Williamson's North Carolina. 2 Vols. 

NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS : 

Doddridge's Indian Wars. 
Gatschet's Migration Legends, 2 Vols. 
M'Kenney's Memoirs and Travels. 
Murray's Travels. 2 Vols. 
Schoolcraft's Indian Tribes. 6 Vols. 

NOVELS AND TALES : 
Adams, F. C. : 

Manuel Pereiro. 
Boit, Robert Apthorp: 

Eustis. 
Breton, Mrs. Ottilie : 

Edith. 
Burdett, Charles : 

Margaret Moncrieffe. 



''Garden Library!' /2j 

NOVELS AND Thl.^'S^—Coniinu.d. 

Cable, George W. : 

Grandissiiiies, 

Old Creole Days. 
Cooke, John Esten : 

Candles. 

Hammer and Rapier. 

Hilt to Hilt. 

Henry St. John, Gendeman. 

Last of the Foresters. 

Mohun. 

Out of the Foam. 

Pretty Mrs. Gaston, 

Surry of Eagles Nest. 

Wearing the Grey, 
Craddock, Charles Egbert : 

Despot of Broomsedge Cove. 

In the Clouds. 

Where the Battle was Fought. 
Dabney, Virginius : 

Don .Miff. 

Gold that (lid. not Glitter. 
Dew-Drop of the Sunny South. 
Eggleston, George Cary : 

Big Brother. 

Captain Sam. 

Rebel's Recollections. 

Signal Boys. 

Wreck of the Red Bird. 
Field, Henry M. : 

Bright Skies and Dark Shadows . 
Gilliam, E. W. : 

1 79 1, A Tale of San Domingo. 
Gilman, Caroline : 

New England Bride. 
Gouldings, F. R. : 

Marooners Island. 



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NOVELS AND TKL'K^— Continued. 
Gouldings, F. R. : 

Young Marooners. 
Harris, Joel Chandler : 

Mingo. 

Nights With Uncle Remus. 

Uncle Remus. 
Harrison, Mrs. Burton : 

Anglomaniacs. 

Bric-a-Brac Stories. 

Flower de Hundred. 
Haw, M. J. : 

Beechwood Tragedy. 
Lanier, Sidney : 

Boys Froissart, 

Boys King Arthur. 

Boys Mabinogion. 
Langdon, Mary : 

Ida May. 
Lav»7rence, George : 

Border and Bastille. 
Lennot, Mary : 

Ante Bellum. 
Longstreet, A. B. : 

Georgia Scenes. 
Moore, John "W. : 

Heirs of St. Kilda. 
New England Chatties. 
Poe, Edgar Allen : 

Novels and Tales. 
Reid, Christian : 

After Many Days. 

Bonney Kate. 

Daughter of Bohemia. 

Ebb Tide. 

Hearts of Steel. 

Land of the Sky. 

Mabel Lee. 



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NOVELS AND TAY.^^— Continued. 
Reid, Christian : 

Morton House. 

Question of Honor. 

Nina's Atonement. 

Summer Idyl. 

Valerie Aylmer. 
Rabelais, Francis : 

Three Good Giants. 
Rives, Amelie : 

A Brother to Dragons. 

Herod and Mariamne. 

The Quick or the Dead. 

Virginia of Virginia. 

Witness of the Sun. 
Simms, W. Gilmore : 

Beauchampe. 

Border Beagles. 

Charlemont. 

Confessions. 

Eutaw. 

Foray ers. 

Guy Rivers. 

Katharine Walton. 

Mellichampe. 

Richard Hurdis. 

Southward Ho. 

The Partisan. 

The Scout. 

Vanconselas. 

Wigwam and Cabin. 

Woodcraft. 

Yemassee. 
Smedes, Susan Dabney : 

Memorials of a Southern Planter. 
The Season Ticket. 
Tucker, St. George : 

Hansford. 



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NOVELS AND 'X:K\^'K^- Continued. 
Warren, the Texas Refugee. 
Whitehead, Chas. E. : 

Camp Fires of the Everglades. 
Wilson, Augusta Evans : 

At the Mercy of Tiberius. 

Beulah. 

Inez. 

Infelice. 

Macaria. 

St. Elmo. 

Vashti. 

PERIODICAL LITERATURE : 

DeBow's Review. 13 Vols. 

London Index. 5 Vols. 

Pamphleteer. i Vol. 

Southern Review. 20 Vols. 

Southern Quarterly Review. 13 Vols. 

Southern Historical Society Papers. iS Vols. 

POETRY : 

Hartley's Lays of Ancient Virginia. 
Blackwell's Poetical Works. 3 Vols. 
Butterworth's Songs of History. 
Dandridge's Joy. 
Fuller's Angel in the Cloud, 
Hayne's Poems. 
Lanier's Poems. 

Moore's Songs of the Revolution. 
Nelson's Secession. 
Pinkney's Ernest Murray. 
Poe's Poems. 
Ritchie's Columbiad. 
Ryan's Poems. 

Southern Poems of the War. 
POLITICAL : 

Address on Presenting the Sword of Jackson to 
Congress. 



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POLITICAL— Cc;///////W. 

A Vindication of Mr. Randolph. 
Benjamin's Speech, U. S. Senate. 
Benton's Thirty Year View. 2 Vols. 
Bright' s Speeclies. 
Calhoun's ^A^orks. 6 vols. 
Correspondence and Writings of Legare. 
Debates Virginia Convention, 1788 
Elliot's Debates. 5 \'ols. 
Hamilton's Federalist. 
Hitchcock's State Constitutions. 

Development of the Constitution. 

Journal Virginia House, 1865-66. 
Letters and Writings of Madison. 
Macaulay's Address to the People. 
Ormsby's History of Whig- Party. 
Scott's Lost Principle. 

Spark's Diplomatic Correspondence. 12 vols. 
South Carolina Constitution. 1S68. 
Taylor's New View of Constitution. 
Tucker's Lectures Constitutional Law. 
Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions. 
Virginia State Papers. 7 Vols. 
Wise's Seven Decades. 
^Vritings of Washington. 7 X'ols. 

POLITICAL ECONOMY : 

DeTocqueville, Democracy in America. 2 \oLs, 
Hughes' American Dollar. 

Currency Question. 

Hundley's Social Relations. 
Judkin's Political F'allacies. 
Scott's Republics. 
Spence's American Union. 
Taylor's Principles of Government. 

Tvranny Unmasked, 

Ware's Notes Taken. 



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RELIGION : 

Bennett's Methodists in Virginia. 

Bertron's Review of Ingersoll. 

Blair's Sermons. 4 vols. 

Bledsoe's Theodicy. 

Clark's Lives of Catholic Bishops. 3 vols. 

Davidson's Presb}-terians in Kentucky. 

sher's Monumental Church. 
Graves's Great Iron Wheel. 
Hawk's Ecclesiastical Histor}-. 2 vols. 
Hill's Crucifixion of Christ. 
Johns Life of Bishop Meade. 

ones' Christ in Camp. 
Meade's Old Churches and FamiHes. 
Puento's Reflexions. 
Reports and Tracts. 
Slaughter' s Bristol Parish. 
Taylor's Baptist Ministers. 
Vass's New Bern's Presbj-terian Church. 
■Weiss' French Protestant Refugees. 2 vols. 
"Whitfield's God's Dealings. 

Journey. 

Tourney, continued. 

REVOLUTIONARY WAR : 

Baltimore During the. 
Draper's Kings Mountain. 
Exiles in Virginia. 
Fanning' s Narrative. 
Fisk's War of Independence. 
Garden's Anecdotes of ist series. 

" 2d series. 

Gilmore's Rear Guard of. 
Lee's Campaign in Carolina. 
Lev/is' Orderly Book at Williamsburg, 
Moore s Songs and Ballads of. 
Ramsay's History of. 2 vols. 
Snowden's American Revolution. 



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REVOLUTIONARY Vsl K^—Continuea. 

Spark's Correspondence of. 4 vols. 

Diplomatic Correspondence of. 12 vols 

Tarleton's Campaigns of lySo-'Si. 
Taylor's British Prison Ships of. 

SLAVERY : 

Abolition a Sedition. 
Abolition of the Slave Trade. 
American Anti-Slavery Society. 
American Slavery. 
Andrev^^s' Slave Trade. 
Armstrong's Christian Doctrines ot. 
Aughey's Slavery. 
Barcla)'''s Slavery in West Indies. 
Belisario's Jamaica Negros. 
Benezet's Slavery. 

Guinea and Slave Trade. 

Benjamin's Speech in U. S. Senate. 
Bledsoe's Liberty and Slavery. 
Brandinel's Trade in; Slaves. 
Brents' Slave Girl. 
Bruce' s Plantation Negro. 
Cairnes' Slave Power. 
Campbell's Negro-Mania. 
Carly's Slave Trade. 
Chase's Teachings of Statesn ,cn. 
Cobb's Historical Sketch of. 
Cochin's Result of Emancipation. 
Coffin's Abolitionist. 
Clarkson's Works. 2 vols. 
Davie's Christian Slavery. 
Debates on Abolition of. 
Dew's An Essay on. 
Dickson's Letters on. 
Douglas's Narrative. 
Ellison's Secession and. 
Essays on, and Slave Trade. 



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SLAVERY— Continued. 

Featherstonhough's Slave States. 

Fitzhugh, Cannibals all. 

Gidding's Exiles of Florida. 

Goodell's Slave Code. 

Help's Conqueror and Bondsman. 2 vols. 

Helper's Impending Crisis. 

Hopkin's Views of. 

Horton's Letters on Slavery. 

Howard's Report of the Dred Scott Case. 

Hundley's Social Relations. 

IngersoU's Letter and Reply. 

Internal Slave Trade of U. S. 

Kemble's Georgia Plantation. 

Lettre a Napoleon sur L'Esclarge. 

Livermore's, Historical Research. 

Lothian, The Marquis of, on. 

M' Galium' s Trinidad. 

McDonnell's Demerara. 

McHenry's Cotton Trade. 

Miair s Proposed Slave Empire. 

Murray' s Land of Slaves and Free. 

New Reasons for Abolishing Slave Trade. 

Noel's Rebellion in America. 

North and South. 

North and South, or Slavery. 

Olmstead's Cotton Kingdom. 2 Vols. 

Slave States. 

Opportunity or Reasons. 
Pitt's Abolition of Slave Trade. 
Pollard's Black Diamonds. 
Report of Committee of House of Lords, 
Reports and Tracts on Slavery. 
Romilly's Speech, House of Commons. 
Russell's My Diary, 2 vols. 
Sampson's Letter to Webster. 
Schaffner's War in America. 
Speeches Va. House of Delegates. 



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SLAVERY.— ( Conthnud.) 
Smith's Civil War in America. 
Southern States Paper on. 
Spring's Negro at Home. 
Stirling's Letters. 
Steven's West Indies. 2 vols. 
Stroud's Slave Laws. 
Sturge and Harvey's West Indies. 
Still's Underground Railroad. 
Thorps on Slave Trade. 
Three Prize Essays. 
Tracts on Slavery. 
Tracts on the Slave Trade. 
Tracts on Slavery and Religion. 
Trial of Capt. John Kimber. 
Van Everie Negroes and Slavery. 
West India Tracts. 
Wilson's Slave Power. 3 vols. 
^Villiam's South Vindicated. 
William's Jamaica. 
Yate's Colonial Slavery. 

SOUTH CAROLINA : 

Allen's Chamberlin's Administration in. 
Catesby's Natural History of. 2 vols. 
Constitution of 1868. 
Elliot's Debates. Vol. 4. 
Garden's Eulogy on Pinckney. 
Hewatt's Colonial History. 
History of the Colony of. 2 vols. 
Historical Collection of. Vol. I. 
Hume, An Epistle to. 
Irving's History of Turf in. 
Military Academy of. 
O'Neall's Bench and Bar of. 2 vols. 
Ramsay's Oration. 

Revolution. 

Resources and Industries of. 

South Carolina. 2 vols. 



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SOUTH ZP^^OIA^K—Coiitinued. 

Report Committee on Fraud, 1876. 
Reprinted Tracts on, 1600 to 1760. 
Simm's South Carolina. 
Sketch of Charleston. 

THE SOUTH : 

Addresses and Orations. 

Beard's K. K. K. Sketches. 

Carr's Mounds of Mississippi Valley. 

Curry's Addresses. 

Edmund's The South' s Redemption. 

Fitzhugh's Sociology for. 

Foote's Bench and Bar of and Soudiwest. 

Geology of James River Valley. 

Herbert's, Why the Solid South. 

Humphries' Mississippi Levees. 

Jones' Addresses. 

Meek's Romantic Passages. 

Porcher's Medical Botany of, 

Virginia Geographical Summary. 

"William's Manual for Investors. 

TENNESSEE: 

Carpenter's Tennessee. 

Hancock's 2d Tennessee Cavalry. 

Gilmore's Down in Tennessee. 

Michaux's Travels. 

Phelan's History ot. 

Ramsey's Annals. 

Report of Com. of Agriculture. 

TEXAS : 

Baker's Scrap Book. 
Braman's Information About. 
Dew^ee's Texas Letters, 
Edward's History of 
Foot's Texas and Texan?. 2 vols. 
Gouge's Fiscal History of. 
Green's Mier's Expedition. 



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TEXAS. — Continued. 
Hooton's Texiana. 
Houstoun's Texas. 
Kennedy's Texas 2 vols. 
Kendall's Santa Fe Expedition. 2 vols. 
Maillard's Republic of. 
North's Five Years in. 
Morphis's History of. 
Olmsted's Texas Journey. 
Parker's Notes Taken. 
Reid's Texas Rangers. 

Tramp. 

Spaight's Resources, Soil and Climate ot. 
Warren, the Texas Refugee. 
Walker's Texas Division. 

TRAVELS : 

Clemen's Life on Mississippi. 
Combe's Tours. 2 vols. 
Dickerson's Protecting Providence. 
Marcy's Red River of Louisiana. 
Murray's Travels. 2 vols. 
Michaux's Travels. 
M'Callams, Trinidad. 
Meriwether's A Tramp's Trip. 
North's Five Years in Texas. 
Olmstead's Texas Journey. 
Parker's Notes Taken. 
Raum's Around the World. 
Robin's Voyages to Louisiana. 3 vols. 
Robinson's Early Voyages America. 
Robbins's Journal. 
Stuart's Three Years in America. 
Tasistro's Random Shots. 2 vols. 
Thompson's Mexico. 
Voyages to the Spanish Main. 
Whitfield's, |ourn:il otX'oyage. 

UNITED STATES : 
Army Register, 1885. 



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UNITED ^"^KT^^.— Continued. 
Census of 1820. 

Congressional Directory, 1885. 
Congressional Directory, 1890. 
Emory's Mexican Boundary. 3 vols. 
Foreign Relatiors, 1883. 
Hamilton's History of Flag, 
Hamilton's Men and Manners of. 2 vols. 
Harper, Dispute with France, 1797. 
Holmes' American Annals. 2 vols. 
International Marine Conference. 3 vols. 
Message and Documents, 1883-84. 

War Dept., 1883-84. 
Navy Register, 1885. 
Ofncial Register of. 
Post Office Guide. 
Ramsay's History of. 3 vols. , 
Ramsay's and Smith's History of. 3 vols. 
Report of Mississippi River. 
'Warden's History of. 2 vols. 

VIRGINIA : 

Burke's Mineral Springs of. 
Birkbeck's Journey from. 
Burton's History of Norfolk, 
Byrd's Dividing Line. 2 vols. 
Burk's Virginia. 4 vols. 
Campbell's History of. 
Confederate Dead in Hollywood. 
Constitution of 1864. 
Cooke's Virginia. 
Craighill's Virginia Peerage. 
Convention of 1829-30. 
Daniel's Richmond Exaniiner. 
Debates on Constitution of 1768. 
Doddridge's Indian Wars in. 
Elliot's Debates, vols 3-4. 
Fisher's Monumental Church. 
Gatford's Virginia, 1657. 



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YlRGl^lA.—Contmucd. 
Geographical Summary of. 
Geology of James River Valley. 
Gilpin's Exiles in. 
Grantham's Memorable Actions. 
Grigsby's Governor Tazewell. 
Hawk's Ecclesiastical History of. 
History of 1722. 
Historical Collection. Vol. III. 
Hotten's Original List. 
Howe's Historical Collections. 
Jefferson's Virginia. 
Jefferson and Cabel's University ot. 
John's Bishop Meade. 
Jones' Army of Northern. 
Journal of House of Delegates, 1865. 
Kerchival's History of the Valley. 
Letters from the Virginia Springs. 
Letters of Thos. Nelson, Jr. 
Map of Maryland and Va., 1755. 
Mason's Young Lady's Journal. 
Martin's Gazetteer and History of. 
Maury's Physical Survey of. 
Mead's Old Churches and Famihes in. 2 vol. 
Methodism in. 

Military Institute Regulations. 
Mitchell, A Tour Through Part of. 
McCarthy's Soldier Life in. 
Neill's Virginia Company London. 
Nova Britania, 1609. 
Peyton's Augusta County. 
Pope's Campaign in, in 1S62. 
Rich's News from, 1610. 
Roger's Geology of 
Removal of Monroe's Remains. 
Sketches of Lynchburg. 
Slaughter's Bristol Parish. 
Col. Fry. 



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VIRGINIA.— G?/^/^«^^^fl'. 
Strother's Virginia Illustrated. 
Scenesjin the Old Dominion. 
Taylor's Baptist Ministers of. 
True Travels of Capt. John Smith. 
Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions. 
Virginia State Papers. 7 vols. 
Virginia Historical Society. Vol. V. 
Walker's Military Institute. 
Water's Pioneer Adventures. 
Wise's Seven Decades. 

WAR BETWEEN THE STATES : 

Alfriend's Jefferson Davis. 
Allen's Governor Chamberlin. 
Andrew's South Since the War. 
Aughey, Slavery and Secession. 
Baker's U. S. Secret Service. 
Bartlett's Catalogue of Books on. 
Battlefields of the South. 2 vols. 
Bledsoe's Is Davis a Traitor. 
Bott's The Great Rebellion. 
Boykin's Falling Flag. 
Brownlow's Sketches of Secession. 
Buchanan's Administration. 
Chesney's Recent Campaign. 
Chittenden's Peace Convention Debates. 
Clack's Refugee Household. 
Cleveland's Letters and Speeches of Stevens. 
Cooke's Wearing of the Grey. 
Cruise of the Alabama. 
Craven's Prison Life of Davis. 
Daniel's Richmond Examiner. 
Davis's, Rise and Fall. 2 vols. 

History of the Confederate States. 

DeBonstetten's The Man of the North and ol the South. 
DeGasparin's Uprising of a Great People. 
DeMontalembert, Victorie du Nord. 
DeParis, Civil War in America. 4 vols. 



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WAR BETWEEN THE STATES- -cc..i. 
Doubleday's Fort Sumpter, 1 860-61. 
Duke's Morgan Cavalry. 
Echoes From the South. 
Edward's Shelby and His Men. 
Ellis's Camp Fires of Lee. 
Ellison's, Slavery and Secession. 
Estvan's, War Pictures. 
Ford's Romances of Morgan's Raids. 
Fremantel's Three Months. 
Glimpses of the Nation's Struggle. 
Hardee's Infantry Tactics. 
Harding's Belle Boyd, Camj) and Prison. 
Hancock's Diary of 2d Tennessee. 
Harrison's Pickett's Men. 
Herbert's Why the Solid South. 
Hoke's Great Invasion. 
Hood's Advance and Retreat. 
Humphrie's, Gettysburg to the Rapidan. 
Hunt's Cruise of the Shenandoah. 
Jacob's Rebel Invasion. 
Johnston's Life of A. S. Johnston. 

Narrative. 

Jones, Addresses. 

Chatham Artillery. 

Christ in Camp. 

Life in the South. 2 vcjIs. 

Memorial VoliTme. 

Siege of Savannah. 

Jordon's Forrest Cavalry. 
Judson's Political Fallacies. 
Keilcy's In \'inculis. 
Kcnnaway's On Sherman's Track. 
Kennedy's Mr. Ambrose's Letters. 
Letters of a Confederate Officer. 
London Index. 5 vols. 
Long's Memoirs of Lee. 
Lothian's Confederate Secession. 



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WAR BETWEEN THE STATES. -C^^^. 

McCarthy's Soldier Life. 
McClelland's Life of Stuart. 

Reports on Campaigns. 

McGuire's Southern Refugees. 
McHenry's Cotton Trade. 
Malet's Errand to the South. 
Monteiro's War Reminiscences. 
Mosby's War Reminiscences. 
Moore's Geography for Dixie's Children. 
My Cave Life in Vicksburg. 
Nelson's Secession and East Tennessee. 
Nichol's Great March. 

Noel's Rebellion in America. 
North and South. 
Official Record of. 49 vols. 
Olmstead's Journey. 
Paterson's Shenandoah Campaign. 
Peck's Ashes of Southern Homes. 
Pollard's First Year of the War. 

Lee and his Lieutenants. 

Lost Cause. 

Secret History. 

War in America. 



Report on war U. S. Senate. 3 vols. 

44 " " " Supplement. 2 vols. 

Roman's Beauregard. 2 vols. 
Russell's Diary North and South. 2 vols. 
Sala's Diary During the War. 2 vols. 
Schaefner's War in America. 
Scott's Life of Mosby. 
Semmes' Service Afloat. 
Slaughter's Randolph Fairfax. 
Smith's Civil War in America. 

Southern Side. 

Southwood's "Beauty and Booty." 

Spence's American Union. 

Spencer's Last Ninety Days of the War. 



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WAR BETWEEN THE STATES.-Gw. 

Stevens' War between Stales. 2 vols. 

Stevenson's Andersonville. 

Stolke's American War. 

Statutes at Large Confederate States. 

Swinton's Army of Potonioc. 

Decisive Battles. 

Southern Historical Society Papers. 18 vols. 

Scharf's Confederate States Navy. 

Taylor's Destruction and Reconstruction. 

Von Borcke's Confederate War. 2 vols. 

Virginia, Campaign of Pope. 

Where Men Only Dare to Go. 

Walker's Memoirs of Viri,ania Military Institute. 

War Letters of a Volunteer. 

Walker's Texas Division. 

W^AR OF 1812 : 

Barker, (Jacob) Life of. 

Brackenridge's History ol. 

Capture of ^A^ashington. 

Darnell's Journal. 

Gleig's British Compaign. 

Latour's Atlas. 

McAfee's Late War. 

Nolte's Fifty Years. 

Parton's Life of Jackson. 3 vols. 

William's Capture of Washington, 

WEST VIRGINIA: 

Dodge's West Virginia. 

Hale's Trans- Allegheny Pioneers. 



APPExNDIX. 

NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS. 
READING-ROOM. 



NEW YORK CITY DAILIES: 
MORNING. 

Herald. 
Journal. 
Press. 
Star. 
Sun. 
Times. 
Tribune. 
World. 
AFTERNOON. 

Commercial Advertiser. 

Evening Post. 

Mail and Express. 

Sun. 

Telegram. 

^A^o^ld. 

SOUTHERN DAILIES : 

The Publishers of the following Daily Papers, have generously 
sent their paper free to the Society. 
Atlanta Constitution. 
Atlanta Journal. 
Baltimore American. 

" Herald. 

Birmingham Age-Herald. 
Brunswick Times. 
Charleston World. 
Chattanooga Times. 
Columbus Enquire-Sun. 



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SOUTHERN 'DPAIA'^^.—Contimccd. 

Fort Worth Gazette. 
Houston Post. 
Kansas City Star. 
Knoxville Journal. 
" Tribune. 

Macon Telegraph. 
Memphis Appeal-Avalanch. 
Mobile Register. 
Montgomery Advertiser. 
Nashville American. 
Norfolk Landmark. 
" Virginian. 
New Orleans States. 

" Times Democrat. 

Richmond State. 

" Times. 

Rome Tribune. 

Wilmington, Del. Morning News. 
Wilmington, N. C. Messenger. 

WEEKLIES : 

Albany, N. Y., Sunday Press. 

Critic. 

Charleston, S. C. Sunday Budget. 

Frank Leslie's. 

Harper's W^eekly. 

Life. 

Judge. 

Mackey's A. B. C. Guide. 

Munsey's Weekly. 

Puck. 

Saturday Review. 

Saturday Globe. 

Sportsman. 

Tow^n Topics. 

The Illustrated American. 

Charlottesville Va. Chronicle. 



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MONTHLIES : 

Atlantic. 

Belford's. 

Cenfiury. 

Cosmopolitan. 

Forum. 

Harper's. 

Lippincott's 

North American Review. 

Nineteenth Century. 

Magazine of American History. 

Outing. 

Overland Monthly. 

Popular Science. 

Scribner's. 

Southern Planter. 

St. Louis Magazine. 

ANNUALS : 

New York City Directory. 

" Business Directory. 
Congressional Directory. 
Tribune Almanac. 
World Almanac. 
U. S. Army Register. 
U. S. Navy 

ERRATA, 
on page ig, loth line, read : 

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